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House in the wood - amazing how the moss in the forest spreads over everything ð¦ ð¦ ð¦ ð¦
Orcas Island ð· Photo location
the in house wood - amazing how moss forest spreads over everything
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Step right up and and get yer facts here ð° With a land area of 57.3 square miles (148.4 kmÂ²) and a population of 5,387 (2010 census), Orcas Island is slightly larger, but less populous, than neighboring San Juan Island. Orcas is shaped like a pair of saddlebags, separated by fjord-like Eastsound, and 2 prominent bays, Westsound and Deer Harbor, on the southwest side.
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I like this coat
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A sea of moss through the trees.
These are absolutely beautiful man. The first shot is my favorite. And I totally agree. Moss takes over forest.
I went to summer camp there as a kid. It is an amazing place!
Spent a few days on Orcas Island years ago. Thanks for bringing back the memories!