Amazing: see how Japanese people turn fallen leaves into works of art 10/14/2016 • George Hovater
Autumn is over in Japan, but there are still many fallen leaves in the streets. It's never too late to give dead leaves a second life and turn them into beautiful works of art called "ochiba art" in Japanese. Get nostalgic about autumn of the outgoing year and enjoy the most creative pictures of fallen leaf art.
What do you think about this kind of art? Which one is your favorite?
Do you create something yourself? Share your photos with us in the comments below!
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