Stumps and Moss in the Woods

While walking through the woods on a cloudy winter day, and also on sunny days, the moss and growth on the tree stumps makes for lots of fun and interesting images.

The moss covers the whole stump.

The moss covers the whole stump.

Only a table top by the water.

Only a table top by the water.

Even out on the water, the moss attacks the stumps.

Even out on the water, the moss attacks the stumps.

Much like a faerie shot.

Much like a faerie shot.

Ripped down the middle.

Ripped down the middle.

A small island.

A small island.

A landmark on a piece of land.

A landmark on a piece of land.

Looks like a whole different world.

Looks like a whole different world.

Using reflections to add to the color.

Using reflections to add to the color.

A stripped stump.

A stripped stump.

Growing out of the stump.

Growing out of the stump.

Almost looks like a termite hill.

Almost looks like a termite hill.

A land of fog and cloud.

A land of fog and cloud.

Green and yellow everywhere.

Green and yellow everywhere.

A large and odd shaped one.

A large and odd shaped one.

Some fungus on the moss.

Some fungus on the moss.

A better look at the fungus.

A better look at the fungus.

Trees on the water and reflections.

Trees on the water and reflections.

Another stump on the water.

Another stump on the water.

Different fungus shapes.

Different fungus shapes.

One of a different color.

One of a different color.

A carpet of moss.

A carpet of moss.

Stump in the trees.

Stump in the trees.

Next week: Some people and animal shots in the forest.

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About nsantasier

I am an actor, fight choreographer, playwright, and photographer based in and around NYC. I shoot on a Canon Rebel XS with either a Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS lens or a Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6 IS Telephoto Zoom lens as they are the only lenses I currently own.
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