This mobile mimics fluttering foliage — minus the raking. Collect leaves with intact stems and press in a heavy book for a few days. Wrap twine or ribbon around an 18-inch embroidery hoop; secure ends with hot glue. Tie eight 3-foot-long waxed strings at even intervals around it, attaching pinecones at the bottoms as weights. Knot the string around each leaf's stem, spacing randomly. Secure hoop to a ceiling hook using twine.
Breathe deeply, and smell the damp, musty leaves, aged wood, and the briskness in the air, and feel the slick wood beneath your feet, worn from thousands who've gone before. Forest Bridge, Italy Love is Ageless More
(Open with Angela) I walk down the path in the forest, not expecting to see anyone this late at night. I look at the orangish moon and how it makes the trees look black, not noticing you approach me from behind up until you tap on my shoulder.
"Since Fall is my favorite time of the year, it also reminds me of my favorite rides. Living on back roads, this was my view driving to and from high school." This was the caption on this pic. It reminds me of exactly that as well.