There are three or four different types of lichen here, along with snow and a leaf:
Observe the preponderance of Cladonia cristatella, below (green stalk, with a bright red top), first scientifically classified by an American botanist named Edward Tuckerman in 1858.
Also commonly known as “British soldiers” lichen. This is also definitely the only lichen name I will ever be able to remember ever. (other than Usnea, which is a scraggly lichen also called Old Man’s Beard, and makes an excellent tea for your health)
Also, here, I realize that my driftwood and rock picture below is not tiny by our standards. But since you like tiny things, you should also be pleased by this: I was walking along the beach, alongside the Gulf of St. Lawrence, and looked down to find this driftwood nestled perfectly into the shape of the rock.
Enjoy your day.