The lichen is obviously happy to live on a rock with a view-me, I'm getting dizzy
29 Aug 2011 6:07am
Strewth . . living on the edge. And, yes, those lichens can cause vertigo - always carry algae & moss killer in the 'pack.
29 Aug 2011 8:03am
@Ronnie 2¢: The trouble is, without advance warning, by the time you've got it out you're over the hill.
I feel giddy! :-)
29 Aug 2011 8:12am
Lovely colouring in the lichen
29 Aug 2011 9:02am
If Curly feels giddy it must get one high, or he has altitude sickness/
29 Aug 2011 9:23am
Wow bit of a drop
29 Aug 2011 10:00am
Well seen - if a little close to the edge! The variety of colours of the lichen makes for some colourful rock art.
29 Aug 2011 11:15am
Egg on the hill. best…jf
29 Aug 2011 11:23am
Very eye catching colors this lichen has! It wánts to be spotted!
29 Aug 2011 11:27am
Title of the day and a damned fine image to go along with it.
29 Aug 2011 1:32pm
Dizzy heights indeed...... pheeuw, but knowing that you had a safety harness on with ropes attached and members of the local climbing club present makes it a worthwhile shot. You did didn't you... ? :0
29 Aug 2011 2:26pm
@Michael Fresh: Absolutely :)
I love these beautiful rocks and lichen-covered slopes that seem painted with henna. A hug, Adela
29 Aug 2011 2:50pm
Wow ...You live dangerously !!Superb photo .
wonderful tones and textures!
29 Aug 2011 3:37pm
your climbing suggests you are back to full health?
29 Aug 2011 5:25pm
@Ted: 80% now but getting there. Thanks Ted
Good evening, Grouser
I am always thrilled to see the colors of nature. I like your pictures. I hope I'm back again soon...... I wish you, including your family members, good luck and health to all daily trips. Dear greetings, from Christel
29 Aug 2011 7:50pm
Lichen is a little like expressionism. Great use of colors! And I love that word, vertiginous.
30 Aug 2011 4:34am
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