Today is the autumnal equinox here in the Northern Hemisphere, and the official first day of fall. I am going to use this as an excuse to post more photos of leaves. (Though, actually, it’s just multiple photos of the same leaf. But still…)
I was quite taken by the range of colors and patterns that could be seen on the surface of the same leaf.
It had quite a range of textures, too.
And it glowed beautifully when held up to the light.
This was a maple leaf that I found in my mother-in-law’s yard last September. Coincidentally, this was actually September 22nd of last year, which turns out was the autumnal equinox last year.
2 thoughts on “assorted views of a tie-dye leaf”
Look at those leaves! Our leaves look nothing like yours. I’m jealous. I want “hippie” tie dye leaves, too.
You’d think a leaf dressed like that would live in Berkeley…