Botanically, mosses are bryophytes, or non-vascular plants. They differ from 'higher' plants by not having internal water-bearing vessels or veins, and no flowers and therefore no fruits, cones or seeds. They are small (a few centimeters tall) and herbaceous (nonwoody) and absorb water and nutrients through their leaves. Mosses have stems which may be simple or branched and upright or lax, simple leaves that often have midribs, roots (rhizoids) that anchor them to their substrate, and spore-bearing capsules on long stems. They harvest sunlight to create food through photosynthesis. Mosses do not absorb water or nutrients from their substrate through their roots, so while mosses often grow on trees, they are never parasitic on the tree.
In the beginning I was first inspired to pick up a camera at a very young age by my beloved grandfather. He had a dark room set up in our attic where he developed his own photos and would let me watch him work ...Sadly he passed away when i was seven, but he left a huge impact on me that will last a life time.. His love remains with me and within my own photography captures.
While living in New York and working psych I suffered an unexpected spinal injury that changed my life.... I moved back to Wisconsin, where I was born . I picked up my camera again and started shooting anything and everything that I found interesting.
I never go any where without my camera. While living with level 10 pain and walking with a cane ( at times I...
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