Description Perfectly round and tufted patch of moss on a lichen-speckled stone, nature playing with texture and colour in a way that puts photographers and artists to shame. Taken in my garden Summer 2007. It strikes me that to be a little tuft of moss must be a very cheerful existence. It practically radiates amiability.
Trish Adlam, Stourport-on-Severn Member Since September 2008 Artist Statement I am blown away visually every day - by the talent of others, by architecture, by the curve of something caught out of the corner of my eye, by old wood and forgotten industry. If I capture and share even the vaguest echo of my delight, I have achieved what I set out to accomplish.
The still photograph is to moving pictures what poetry is to prose - less comprehensive perhaps, less literal even, yet somehow capable of expressing a deeper truth. --- Anonymous