Marie loves making little land art installations on our regular walks. Autumn gives artists a lot of colorful materials to work with and on this walk Marie had colorful autumn leaves, a few feathers (wood pigeon and pheasant feathers) and deep red hawthorn berries.
The finished little leaf art piece:
By the time we’d finished our walk (an hour or so later) there was already a slug admiring Marie’s art :-)
Even I had a go, it’s a tulip, I think an art critic would describe it as: minimalist design with elements of nouveau spatialism :-)
We went back a few days later and the red hawthorn berries had been nibbled upon, guessing it was field mice having an easy reach lunch.