On Tresco (one of the Isles of Scilly) the air is so pure and the mild climate so conducive to growth that lichen and plants root themselves quite happily in the dry stone walls.
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Filed under Art, Nature, Pattern, photography, Shore, Uncategorized
Tagged as dry stone wall, Isles of Scilly, lichen, mild climate, self-setting plants, Tresco
Many thanks Elena.
Many thanks Gigi
I love that so much – you captured it nicely.
Many thanks Lynn.
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