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Woven stone… and a cave under

I am making turns on a fresh norwegian moss, when I see something strange. A dramatic outgrowth of moss on a rock? No, it was art wrapping! The Woven Stone by Lise Wulff, a norwegian ecoartist. And a cave underneath!

A cave by Finnish standards, of course. Maybe a meter and half long.

Photos and videos (c) 2017 by Jari Arkko. This blog is also available at the Blogspot site. Video editing on and sounds licensed from Apple iMovie. See discussions.apple.com/docs/DOC-4201

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