PATTERNS IN NATURE: DRY LEAVES

As winter draws slowly to a close and the warm, dry Berg Wind blows with greater regularity, dry leaves float in a steady stream from the trees. They swirl across the garden and are pushed about in eddies by the wind, and finally come to rest in heaps in sheltered spots.

15 thoughts on “PATTERNS IN NATURE: DRY LEAVES

    • I too dislike both the sound and action of leaf blowers! I sometimes peek under these little heaps of dry leaves to find a host of living creatures that scuttle away when exposed to either the light or my movement. Olive Thrushes are adept at turning over leaves to find food.

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