I have written before about the perspective vertically down, and complained that in Indiana, you only see mud or decaying leaves. So, let’s have a look.
What is this stuff? I have only seen it at the DePauw Nature Park, near water. It is likely organic, but never green. Is there a zombie-plant whose natural state of existence is that of decay?
But not everything is decaying. Roots are feeling their way, and algae cover everything in wondrous patterns.
Tiniest plants remind us that we are little, too.
Hence let us rest…