All colours, one more time
Autumn is here. And although it’s the last stop before winter -and all foliage will have to go- it seems the leafage realizes they should give it their best, now or never. Showing off a fantastic range of exuberant colours while dying is one of nature’s awesome riddles. As if auditioning for a part in the next season each leaf seems to shout: Choose me! Look at me, see what I can do!
In school the group of 7-year olds recreated nature’s colour splash with paper and glue, a powerful work of colour therapy for the dark months to come!
The little leaf that decided to stay green in a world quickly changing to red
Glowing in the dark, on a clear October night
Or is it a butterfly? Pure poetry!
Simple but strong combination, orange and blue
My Ever Changing Moods
Glow in the dark II
Thinking of Christmas…
Design prodigy’s leaf
Glow in the dark
Stylish, Seventies Style
So many colours inside…
Getting ready for Christmas in the snow
The grit behind the magic
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