Spanish Moss (6 beautiful photos)

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Morning, noon, and night, Spanish moss makes its’ constant home on the branches and trunks of cypress and oak trees on Lake Bistineau.  It grows and spreads, although I never seem to catch it in process; it duplicates by some sort of swamp magic.

These are some of my favorite photos of Spanish moss at different times of the day. Each one has it’s own mood, and that definitely keeps me interested.

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