It’s fun to mess around in Photoshop to make things look a bit weird. This is a close-up of a door from an abandoned house. It might have been interesting to see what was still left inside the house, or to ﬁnd out why they needed two front doors.
This could be sap from the tree, or it could be something that the lichen produces. At any rate, the tree’s bark does not look healthy.
Close up of the ﬂat, hairy parts of the lichen on my cousin Clifton’s peach tree.
A veritable forest of lichen on my cousin Clifton’s peach tree. There are ﬂat, hairy, scalloped “leaves” and fern-like “trees” that seem like they should come from two different types of plants.
There’s a whole other ecosystem growing on this peach tree. At ﬁrst it just seems like a nice green tree, but take a few steps closer and you realize there’s something weird about it…
My cousin Clifton’s horse. I don’t know what kind of horse it is, of course. City girl…
She’s a little worried about the calf that wasn’t hers. All of this little family were protecting the calf.
My cousin Shelby has several cows. The Watusi is the star of the group, and she knows it.
After I did some hanging out in downtown Carthage, TN, visited Geneva at her house in Carthage (David from Michigan just happened to be there), and drove on twisty-turny roads through a 20-foot visib
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