Roses are red and violets are blue. Boy am I happy to find you.
I bought some flowers from Columbia road Flower Market on Sunday and have been enjoying these lacy blooms ever since.
These leaves have scene setting qualities. They could easily be a part of a fairytale illustration.
Nature creates it’s own enchanted fireworks.
The tangled branches of these trees with the golden leaves make for a magical scene.
I don’t seem to get bored of the patterns that leaves make when they fall on the ground.
It turns out that leaves come in all shapes.
Ferns have neither flowers nor seeds and reproduce via spores. The spores are contained on the sporangia of this fern which you can see on the back of the leaf.
Leaves are often underrated.
November seems to be the time of the colour Orange.
A Nasturtium flower in November!
Three is often the magic number in design and these flowers are also arranged in a curved line which I like.
This leaf looks like coral.
The patterns on these petals are so inspiring.
I think the London dirt has made this leaf look appropriately gothic for Halloween due to it’s black veins and dark edges. I’d be interested in recreating this using the relief of the veins with a black wax crayon and water colour for the leaf.
A fantastic, fresh and clean looking Rose.
I really like the natural patterns that leaves create.