September is one of my favourite months. I love the transition between summer and autumn. In September I can still enjoy the warm touch of the sun rays, along with the fresh cool breeze. Another thing I adore about September is the festival of colours which comes with it. Different shades of brown, red and yellow surround us. I think that autumn is heaven for photographers, both professional and amateurs (such as myself). On weekends, I like to grab my camera and capture the beauty of nature.
On these walks of mine, I often collect fallen leaves I find during my search for amazing photo shots. When I was little, I used to keep these leaves between the pages of an old book. Now I just put them in a small vase until they dry completely.
But recently I came across a very clever idea what to do with fallen maple leaves. Apparently, some creative person thought of a way to fold maple leaves into roses. Amazing! The autumn bouquet looks very cute and I will definitely try this idea during my next walk in the park.
Here is the full tutorial for creating roses out of maple leaves: