Muckle Moss.

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Harry Taggart on February 20, 2009

I,ll bow to your superior Knowledge on this one tony, as I remember it the old house on Bowmont Street NZ had this stuff hanging from the bedroom ceiling, :-)) cheers scally.

jimbojock on March 7, 2009

Like this shot Scally. Reminds me to get into the garden this week and tidy it up for me missus.

Harry Taggart on March 7, 2009

I hope you don,t think that this is my garden Jim? I can afford anything as exotic as this.:D cheers scally.

:-)Fiala(-: on October 19, 2009

Fantastic foto!

Greetings Fiala

Harry Taggart on October 19, 2009

Hi Fiala very nice of you to visit this wild spot :D cheers scally

brian gillman on September 11, 2010

Impressive colour and detail, Scally. I suppose you're going to tell me this was just a snapshot. So, why don't mine turn out like this?! (Like).

Regards, Brian.

Harry Taggart on September 12, 2010

Brian, you stop playing with me,LOL I can tell from the map it is from our local wood, but | honestly can not remember posting it? I have just read the Title, Muckle= a lot. This reminded me of my lawn, which has even less grass in it than this! I am very glad you like it, but take care of your tongue when you close your teeth.LOL cheers scally.

brian gillman on September 12, 2010

Can't remember taking it, eh? I rest my case. Thanks for the warning, Scally, but I've managed to look after my tongue for over 65 years without any help. Why do you think I live in leafy Surbiton rather than Glasgow? Anyway, it's my teeth I'm worried about, not my tongue.

Regards, Brian.

Harry Taggart on September 12, 2010

I can,t remember when I had teeth either Brian.:( but I can remember that food tasted a lot better in those days, so look after them. it was about your age I began to lose mine, not to decay, but they started to become loose.:( cheers scally.

brian gillman on September 13, 2010

Oh blimey yes. What I can't understand is why the hygenist charges me the the same for cleaning my one remaining tooth as when I used to have the full compliment. Seriously, though - I honestly do like this photo. Again, it's the sort of subject that many wouldn't look twice at; and the colour is actually moss-like and not some over-edited snafu travesty that I, unfortunately, often end up with.

Regards, Brian.

Harry Taggart on September 13, 2010

I reckon I lost 3 teeth because I got too miserable to buy my usual mouth wash ( Listerine) a bad mistake, Now I drown my remaining dozen, at least 3 times a day. As to the shot of the moss, this was a deeply shaded wood and even then this old trunk virtually shone with the stuff, I could not resist the shot. it would have been a lot better with some light? Zoom the map to see how dense it was. cheers scally

► © ErAnger on October 30, 2010

LIKE and many thanks to you SCALLY for your visit! Best wishes and greetings from Southern Austria.

Yuriy Kvach on March 18, 2011


Very nice intensive green color!

Harry Taggart on March 19, 2011

Thanks ► © ErAnger, Missed your post.:-(

Harry Taggart on March 19, 2011

Many thanks Yuriy Kvach,for your nice comment, best regards scally.

K. H. Johansen on March 4, 2015

Hej Harry spændende. Mange hilsner Kurt

Harry Taggart on March 5, 2015

Thank you Kurt, It is nice to get encouragement for my gardening efforts. :-) cheers scally.

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Photo taken in Neilston, Glasgow, East Renfrewshire G78, UK

Photo details

  • Uploaded on January 19, 2009
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    by Harry Taggart
    • Camera: Panasonic DMC-FZ28
    • Taken on 2009/01/17 12:42:39
    • Exposure: 0.025s (1/40)
    • Focal Length: 19.40mm
    • F/Stop: f/3.600
    • ISO Speed: ISO320
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash