Witch Hazel blooms for Halloween and my abstract take on our Autumn Leaves.
I may work some more on the veins if I get bored 🙂
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Beautiful. I have always loved the witch hazel.
Me too and just a little of it’s bark and we can make our own.
Ingredients. 1 tablespoon witch hazel bark. 1 cup distilled water.
Equipment. 1 quart saucepan. Strainer. Glass storage jar.
Procedure. Soak witch hazel bark in water for ½ hour, and then bring to a boil. Reduce to a simmer, covered, for 10-minutes. Remove from heat, let steep for another 10-minutes.
Very nice, I really like the abstract one.
Thank you Happy Halloween
Exquisite, Eunice! Wishing you an awesome autumn… xo
Same to you Dear Bette
I love the simplicity and warmth of this picture.
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