Tag Archives: Leaf fall

Tumblers_3

Another image in this series on leaf fall and the arrangements created by nature and the elements. We tend to look for, and be attracted to, leaves that have an individual beauty, created by shape, form and colour: Oak and … Continue reading

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Tumblers_2

This is the second in this series of leaves that fell to earth. It’s a project that slows me down; time spent scanning the ground for potential compositions. Finding one, and then a little careful weeding – removing detritus, foreign … Continue reading

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Tumblers

The leaves are falling. In the heat of summer (here in the UK) there was talk that Autumn would be very early and could be over by the end of September. Ha! Wrong! Despite the heat and the lack of … Continue reading

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Blazing summer means a short brown autumn

‘Blazing summer means a short, brown autumn’ was the headline in the newspaper today. And here is further visual confirmation of the consequences of the UK’s recent heatwave. Leaves are already dropping – dead, burnt, fried. My previous Post, click … Continue reading

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Fallen Leaves

We’ve reached the stage of Autumn when the leaves on the ground greatly exceed those left on the trees. They drop one by one randomly, they are blown by the wind, they drift onto the territory of neighbouring trees and … Continue reading

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