Painting is just another way of keeping a diary ~Pablo Picasso

Monday, February 2, 2015

Cedar Loop

It's been a long time since Clover and I have been out to the horse trails, for a few reasons:  the trail tends to get really mucky, and I'm not wild about having to keep her on the leash the whole time in case we encounter a horse and rider.  But it's a fun hike, especially on a foggy day, because the moss is so thick in the Cedar Loop.  The trails run in a sunken elevation near some creeks, so they tend to get heavier fog than the surrounding area, which is probably why the moss is so thick here.  I hadn't forgotten how bone-chillingly damp it is here, so I came prepared with my hat and gloves.  But by the time I left, I was dreaming about a warm cup of tea at home! 


TexWisGirl said...

that is SO cool!

Giga said...

These look beautiful moss-covered trees. Regards.

Gail Dixon said...

It's really beautiful! The moss is so sublime.

Linda W. said...

I love hiking the forests in the winter. Nice capture of the mossy trees! Where is Cedar Loop?

Laura~Pretty Pix said...

Love those tall mossy trees.
Great capture!

handmade by amalia said...

What a place for a hike - the trees are wonderful.