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I have been drawing and taking photographs for as long as I can remember. A lot has changed over the years but the satisfaction I gain from creating a pleasing rendering of a compelling subject has remained the same. My subjects tend to be the things I know well, flora, fauna and scenic views of the southeastern United States, especially from Tennessee where I live. However, no subject I find interesting is off limits. The photographs here are mostly "as shot". Except for focus stacked images there is seldom is anything done to the original image other than tweaking the white balance and some sharpening. A few are cropped or otherwise modified. The drawings are generally subjective views not meant to emulate photographs. Thank you...
Thanks! You may well be correct as I have been told positive ID of a moss requires a microscope. I don't remember for sure but I believe the ID was based largely on the types of moss that are found in Cedar Glades and was not obtained by careful keying as I would do for a flowering plant. I will look into it and if I can't be sure about the ID I may just change the title to "Moss". Thanks again
P.S. Atrichum's common name is "star moss."
Nice pattern, but looks more like Atrichum sp., a True Moss (Class Bryopsida), similar to a Hair Cap -- external links: http://eol.org/pages/87175/overview - and species key (may be CA specific): http://ucjeps.berkeley.edu/cgi-bin/get_moss_gk.pl?genus=Atrichum