Sunday, November 15, 2009

November 15


This is our driveway.  Now that the leaves are cleared away again, there are these interesting leaf prints over it.  I'm told they are caused by the tannic acid in Oak leaves.  We get this every year, but when winter is done, the leaf prints are gone.

12 comments:

Kathy said...

That is so neat. It's wonderful to see what can be discovered when we're just a tad bit more observant. I'm not sure I would've noticed what you've photographed!

Darla said...

that is so cool. i didn't know that could happen.

sara said...

It looks like they have been imprinted into the cement!!!

Debra said...

That's so cool....you have your own leaf fossils in your driveway! :)

Flohbock said...

cool! Great pic!

Cindy said...

Very neat, Mari!

Deborah Ann said...

I love it when God's nature produces such delightful imprints!

Joanna Jenkins said...

What a lovely reminder of fall. Beautiful.
xo

lindsey said...

This is really nice i think its cool leaves can that.

LuAnn said...

I've got the same look on my driveway. A couple of snows and it will be gone.

Cherdecor said...

What a lovely art form! I love it!

bentonflocke said...

looks very interesting!!