Fall: use your senses

Fall is upon us and with it comes traditionally (and to prepare us for end of December) a feast. A feast for the senses that is.

Join me in a little inspiring trip through these November days…

…where not all is dark and gloomy. Focus on the colour. Colour of traditional Fall flowers, of the leaves on trees transforming before letting go. Or in the garden, or in your street…Orange, red, yellow, purple, this is by far the richest season for colour. Not a tree in sight? Decorate the house and bring some of the warmness in, put on your most colourful uplifting sweater and some pumpkin soup always warms the soul…

…where days are shorter, mornings are misty and an earthy smell perfumes the air. Oh, and watch the step when in forest. Fungus are among us!

…where newly-created patterns and textures give us an other insight with leaves transforming into delicate lace, with flowers making place for seeds and fluff.

Magical moments can always be found in nature

…and where, let’s not forget, there’s already a gentle reminder Winter and festive season are around the corner!

Hope the above helps you beat November blues, if any.

Fall season’s greetings!

Ingrid

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