Not this one, not today. I could not resist these pictures at La Push on the Makah Indian reservation.
We hiked the Hoh national rain forest one day and found lots of moss because of it's near 200" of rain each year. We lucked out and it was warm and sunny. Well it was sunny when you finally hiked out of the woods. Lots of big trees and lots of growth everywhere.
This is actually a fallen tree with moss hanging over a clear creek. The dark green is a growth that is under water. If you look close you can see the blue sky reflecting on the water in a few small spots.
More of the same as this was pretty typical of most of the area. The walk was called "Wall of Mosses" for a reason.
On the river bank while leaving the forest we stopped to view the bull elk near the river. Had the wrong lens on the camera but I think you can see it in the middle.
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