As the bright colors of fall turn from orange copper to brownish bronze, I am trying to capture as much autumn as I can. This everlasting wreath is a combination of dried red peonies, rust celosia, sourdock, lady’s mantle, eucalyptus and tansy. It will keep its autumn colors indefinitely when displayed indoors away from moisture.
The day is a bit dreary but I had to take a picture of the fallen leaves carpeting our front walk. The autumn blaze maple gifted us with glorious red leaves. I collected several to press between the pages of magazines. Dried, they can be scattered around arrangements for the effect of fallen leaves on the harvest table.
Farewell bright fall. Welcome crisp November with the promise of family gatherings.