A combination of new growth and decomposing leaves.beneath the surface of the garden pond.
Tag Archives: change and decay
The previous post, (see Autumn leaves), captured something of the colour palette of Autumn. But the individual leaves deserve closer attention for their patterns and textures, as the following examples show:
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There is something strangely attractive about the decaying posts of groynes, finally defeated by the ravages of the sea. For me, their shapes, colours and textures are irresistible. Their gnarled turrets and towers often suggest a land of myths and legends – especially so when they are nestled in dark grey/brown seaweed.