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  • Rachael Prime

Frost Moss

With the tempature dropping again tonight to -5 degrees there wont be a shortage of frost covered moss. I had issues with my car which forced me to walk around in the frost for a few days which allowed me to photograph more of the wonderful moss world right by our feet. Living on the walls of the canal, the paths edges where we do not walk. Moss grows and thrives along side us and our urban world.


I adore the crystals and hidden geometric shapes of the ice along the leaves, each individual and so delicate. They disappear if you lean too close for too long. Encompassing everything and creating a peaceful layer on the world, trapping it still before the sun rises and the warmth releases it once again to the world.

Moss on the railway bridge

Moss on the path around Grangeway Community Centre

Moss and berries growing over the railway bridge

Leaf on a bush along Heath Road near the pond. Moss clump fallen from roof of Grangeway Community Centre.

Moss on the path around Grangeway Community Centre

Leaf on a bush along Heath Road near the pond.

Left over of a wild flower head on the path around Grangeway Community Centre

Left over of a wild flower head on the path around Grangeway Community Centre

Leaf on the path around Grangeway Community Centre.

Leaf on a bush along Heath Road near the pond.

Moss along the Bridgewater Canal, opposite the Camden Buildings.

Moss and leaf along the Bridgewater Canal, opposite the Camden Buildings.

Moss on the path around Grangeway Community Centre

Moss and leaf along the Bridgewater Canal, opposite the Camden Buildings.

Moss along the Bridgewater Canal, opposite the Camden Buildings.

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