Moss

Moss: the power of wetness, which takes form in growths which flow, understandably, like water. In the case of the image below, the moss (the power of wetness) collects on the branches of Douglas fir trees in the lee side of a grassland savanna, like rain on twigs. Rain usually drips off. Under the power of moss, it remains.

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