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Monday, October 02, 2006

Slimy air

Entire microcosm's are always underfoot. While hiking the AT one day I noticed brilliant green slime coating the river rocks. It ebbed and flowed like sheets in the wind driven by the power of the water. I was facinated by the trapped oxygen contained in the slime (ok, I'm a simple guy).

1 comment:

Deborah Eley De Bono said...

Fermintation, amazing part of nature.