The understory of the woods are filled with delightful sights. I bet that is why we like to explore it!

I was drawn to this stump because of the way the wood seemed to radiating fins.

Rusty Blackhaw leaf!

There were lots of small understory trees including the Carolina Buckthorn.

Shades of different species of mosses.

The collar around the dead branch on a Live Oak. I liked the moss growing in the “arm pit”.

Another interesting collar!

There were some large grapevines!

Final photo in today’s post is the Neon Green Chrysothrix (Chrysothrix candelaris)!

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Keep looking!

The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you know.

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