There is something particularly beautiful in the fall about branches. I love going outside and cutting a few branches, bringing them in and finding just the right vase and spot for them. For me, it’s like just buying a beautiful bouquet of flowers, they seem just as special as if I had bought them from a store.

The simplicity of branches and their unique imperfect curves are what makes them seem elegant to look at. They can be bare, or with a few leaves or berries and they yet bring a feeling of coziness and warmth to a room. It’s like adding mother nature’s art to a room.

I’ve searched online and compiled a few great pics of just how beautiful they can be.

 

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“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.”

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