I am very lucky. We live in a very beautiful part of the country (Scotland) and each month I have tried to depict the changes I have seen in the fields and woods surrounding our house. The idea is to make a memory book of the changing seasons. The month of October is a big card in the annual change. We see the foliage on the native broad-leaf woodland change colour and, in some cases disappear altogether, and due to the reducing canopy, we notice the abundance of roe deer in the wood - all preparing for the annual rut. Fungi has been very common this year due to the damp, warm autumn.
This is an A4 spread on two A5 pages, hence the centre fold. I have used stamps from Impression Obsession and Chocolate Baroque (trees), Stampin' USA (leaves), Lavinia Stamps (shrubs), roe deer (Penny Black), fungi (Chocolate Baroque). I have used various Distress Inks and dye based inks from Stampin' Up.
I should like to enter this layout in the Craft a Scene challenge "Trees". Thank you for visiting my blog and for your encouraging comments. I do appreciate them all.