Cedar Key Daily Photo

Relocated to a quirky little island off the west coast of Florida and I'm in my element. Well, I'm a Pisces afterall. Surrounded by water and nature makes each day a gift. Our little town of 900 permanent residents is special, so visit here for photos and I'll share it with you.

Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Another Southern Sight

A large amount of trees in the south are enveloped with a covering of Spanish Moss. Many times it resembles cobwebs and other times it's delicate whisps cling to the tree reminding one of a finely webbed lace pattern.
Yes, it can choke a tree from further growth but the mystical sight it provides is one of beauty and a slice of the true south.


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