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  • Becky Jolly-wood

    Spanish moss down south. I have lots of this growing on my old trees in my yard. My town has 600 recorded historical trees with moss that blows in the wind.

  • Julie

    mossy oaks

  • Darrell Palmer

    southernprestige: thevirginiaprep: Spanish Moss. As the story goes; there was once a traveler who came with his Spanish fiancée in the 1700s to start a plantation near the city of Charleston SC. She was a beautiful bride-to-be with long flowing raven hair. As the couple was walking over the plantation sight[sic] near the forest, and making plans for their future, they were suddenly attacked by a band of Cherokee who were not happy to share the land of their forefathers with strangers. As a final warning to stay away from the Cherokee nation, they cut off the long dark hair of the bride-to-be and threw it up in an old live oak tree. As the people came back day after day and week after week, they began to notice the hair had shriveled and turned grey and had begun spreading from tree to tree. Over the years the moss spread from South Carolina to Georgia and Florida. To this day, if one stands under a live oak tree, one will see the moss jump from tree to tree and defend itself with a large army of beetles.

  • Kathleen Suileabháin

    This is how I live- Southern Gothic + Spanish moss.

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Spanish Moss by jtbramblett, via Flickr

Spanish moss - Hilton Head Island, South Carolina in early May -- by By John Dreyer via flickr

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Spanish moss dangling from the tree like crystals on a chandelier. There is nothing more beautiful than nature in its raw form.

the low country...we have been here...must go back soon!

Cypress trees nature's amazing habitat/nursery ~ above in the foliage & below in the knees submerged in rich waters!!

Tallahassee has beautiful live oak trees dripping in moss - lived here for 6 years

Spanish Moss, New Orleans, Louisiana // photo via amanda

Live Oaks near Charleston SC. by By Bill Swindaman

I'm always trying to capture trees like this in just the right way. I think this photo is too busy..it's too hard to really get the tree's beauty amidst the chaos. But I'm not sure how to frame it better!

to take a walk in the forest is one of the best things ever.