So this summer (when I wasn't a ski camps) I took a week and a half long hike on the Appellation Trail (AT) in Maine. I forget which mountain it was but it was between moxie pond and Kataden. So I was hiking and then all of the sudden I was in the vast area that went on for a couple miles of uneven, grey skied, misty, thickly pale chalky green moss covered, short grey leave less treed, area with some random ponds in places and boulders thickly covered in that moss everywhere.
Don't get me wrong, the place wasn't a swamp, it was high on a mountain, and cool and bug less. When I stumbled upon this place I though, "man this place is pretty cool", but didn't fully appreciate it like I do now reflecting on it. I mean this place isn't somewhere where you think cool and take picture and then walk away, I mean now just thinking about this place brings tears to my eyes out of its sheer beauty. Idk if I have any photos of it, but I just wanted to spread the word about this place.