Natural Chaos

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.

Scattered Fall Leaves. © Colline Kook-Chun, 2016

At the park, the natural chaos of the Fall leaves are interspersed with the ordered chaos of a child’s play.

A Park Construction. © Colline Kook-Chun, 2016

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.)

7 thoughts on “Natural Chaos

  1. Definitely a touch of natural chaos here, Colline. The winds were gale force yesterday and the rain has washed most of them out of the trees. Still a beautiful sight though. 🙂 Wishing you a happy Sunday!

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  2. Looking at the leaves, scatter on the lawn, just makes me think about how I’m going to mulch them into something that will make the soil richer next year. 🙂

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