I am inspired by the shift of seasons. I am inspired by autumn’s colors, though it feels a bit like I missed the whole autumn because of that horrible cold and then back pain. Plus a load of computer work as I’m writing articles and editing a magazine right now. But I managed to take a walk one of those sunny, crisp days.
I brought my camera and managed to capture some of the beauty. I am inspired by autumn’s colors so I picked a few leaves to create another autumn mandala with. Now all the leaves are gone, and Sweden is a gray and boring place until it gets colder and we might see some snow…
This was one of my favorite finds from my walk:
Of course, what one person finds ugly and appalling, another (me!) finds beautiful and inspiring. That is especially true when the sun is out. I think so many things become more beautiful in the right light. Like rust and tags on a wall, a combination of patterns and colors. I found a lot of graffiti walls on my walk this time, but I’ll share them later.
Also, pallets in a pile makes beautiful patterns.
And when I came home, I created a quick little table decoration:
My first try at making a autumn mandala was in 2013. That one was more elaborate, but since it was several years ago, it was about time I made another wee one. And I took the time for that walk. It was lovely.