Leather cut-outs

DAY 236 (27 NOVEMBER) Pedunculate oak leaves (Quercus robur) (Farnham)

More rain today, so more shiny leaves to photograph. Some still hang on to this oak tree in one of our local parks. But most are part of the pot pourri mush strewn along the paths and flower beds like jagged fragments from an old leather jacket.

But isn’t the oak leaf a great shape?

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