Susan at A Southern Daydreamer is the gracious hostess for Outdoor Wednesday. Participants post pictures of anything that they might find outdoors. Come join in.
An oddity in this new land where I've moved is Spanish moss or graybeard. It's also called Florida moss and long moss.
Spanish moss is not a true moss. It is an epiphytic plant, which make its own food. Read more about it here. It does not grow in South Florida, where I've lived for the past forty-five years, but it is all over the Tampa area. I took these pictures on two different days.
Some people think it's awful; some love it. What's your opinion?