Along Ohio's Vermilion River I have seen moss grow on some stones and not others equally close to the water. I don't understand why this happens, but the contrast can make for interesting photographs. However, none of mine are as interesting—or depict stones with as brilliant a green coating—as these of yours. It's as if you are photographing a different world.
Wow, such fascinating and bright greens. They almost have a spray-painted look. Perfect title for this series.
Looking at this intriguing series of photos, I can see how the most prominent growth of green algae has probably occurred just above a high water line. I can make that logic work for all photos except the very first one. That one has me stumped unless someone has been moving rocks. :-)
Wonderful lighting on these, Joe!
Love this series and great way to start my morning. I feel you have done an excellent job in highlighting your subject. I could use some of that kryptonite as I age.
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