Cathy, I cast leaves in cement. Was getting ready to paint a few for fall that were cast a month ago, when your blog came through! Thanks for the inspiration of colors. If we did not live thousands of miles from each other would give it to you. Will send a picture when finished.
What a kind thought, Teri. Coincidentally I have been meaning to attempt some draped cement sculptures and leaf casts but the time or weather just never seemed right; however a friend has just offered me a cement cast of a large rhubarb leaf which she used as a birdbath but which now leaks. I am going to repaint it and place it next to my new woodland path to hide some of the rubbish on on our neighbour’s side of the hedge – it’s just what I wanted! I look forward to seeing your pictures
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Hmm – should this have been a link to a phootograph, Teri?
Beautiful foliage. It’s happening, isn’t it?
Gradually, this witch hazel is certainly the first one to start turning
Fabulous colouring Cathy. Which of your many witch hazels has the best autumn colour?
They vary so much, Anna – I don’t remember Arnold Promise colouring like this before, and the others haven’t really started yet this year
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