I enjoy the colours of Fall: the oranges, reds, and browns. I look on the trees with their brilliant foliage in delight, absorbing the colours and the textures that Nature puts on display. I take pleasure, as well, in the colours strewn over the ground. The leaves fall where they will, and are pushed around by gusts of wind.
At the park, the natural chaos of the Fall leaves are interspersed with the ordered chaos of a child’s play.
In the city, the display of Fall leaves on the ground is often raked up and bagged. But until they are ordered, I enjoy the sight of the scattered colours on the ground.
Do you enjoy the sight of scattered Fall leaves?
© Colline Kook-Chun, 2016
(This post was inspired by the WordPress Photo Challenge. This week’s prompt is: chaos.)