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Photo of the Week

Usnea lichen, sometimes called beard lichen or tree moss, growing on alder branches in the woodlands of Perthshire. Lichens are complex organisms combining a fungus and an alga in a symbiotic relationship. The lichen is not a parasite on the tree but uses the branches as a substrate and grows by photosynthesis like vascular plants. Usnea is long-lived and considered a bio-indicator species as it thrives in clean, unpolluted air.

Photograph by Michael Stirling-Aird

About Michael Stirling-Aird

I’m passionate about exploring and trying to make images in wild places, especially the North West Highlands. My main advice for landscape photography is to explore with an open mind; spend time in the landscape to get a feel for it, and let the surroundings inspire you. Doing this will present memories that will last you a lifetime, and perhaps unique opportunities to make images.

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