A little slideshow featuring lichen. Went for a walk on the trail I frankly haven't run on in months this afternoon. I still can't believe how mild the winter has been so far this year. Normally I wouldn't even think about setting foot on it until late February/early March. #fungus#lichen
Anybody else love to make tinctures? I stumbled onto a bunch of this usnea lichen and I'm giddy! I have heard it has antiviral properties, but I'm about to begin my research on it. Nerd time! Have any of you worked with this lichen before?
Have you ever seen mossy rocks like these?! Some of us went for a lovely Sunday stroll over to Ty Canol woods today. Some of the oaks here are over 800 years old and it's home to over 400 species of lichen. Pretty amazing! We feel blessed to be part of such a pristine, interconnected ecosystem which supports such great biodiversity. . . . . . #tycanolwoods#ancientwoodland
Working on some new things for an upcoming solo show #justanothercreatureintheirtracks from my time I spent on the traditional land of the Tr’ondëk Hwëche’in. It’s take sometime to really consider how that time and place has impacted me. To be with a place in all its multitudes of identity. To see how it transforms. . . . #dawsoncity
🌿What are you doing to celebrate the full moon?🌿 My husband brought me this piece of lichen he found on his morning run and I’ve been bustling around the house cleaning, reading, and re-potting a tangle of plants a dear friend of mine brought me. 🌙 I love having the time to reconnect with my home and little personal rituals. 🌙 Who knows - maybe I’ll sit down for a little tarot reading later tonight when the moon is out in full force...
'Aha yep my diagnosis is a large lump of lichen in the eye'. We found a lovely spot to do some low ball bouldering on an almost clean overhang today. Falklands stone is never fully clean though and the lichen is hard to scrub off but of course the moment you use the hold it decides to detach itself from the rock under your frantically scrabbling fingertips #bouldering#boulderers falklandsclimbers
I’ve felt very attracted to Lungwort lichen (Lobaria Pulmonaria) during my visit to the PNW. Given her resemblance to animal lungs, it’s no wonder she has such an affinity for healing painful coughs and dry, hot lung conditions, as well as having an overall restorative effect on the lungs. • This year, I am focusing on my own lung and respiratory health in an effort to heal some of the damage that I have done by smoking on and off since I was 16. It’s something that I feel really unsettled about. Despite not smoking for multiple years throughout this ...