It was October at the botanic garden, autumn had arrived though the canopies of trees were still covered with green, those dry leaves were falling, filling up the garden. The movement among light, shadow and leaves was appealing but ephemeral.
From the pattern to the color, I wonder how to capture the rapid change, the temporality of autumn. Paper is what human use to record time; on the other hand, nature also left some trace on it. Through natural method, when paper is exposed to the sun, soaked from the rain, the feature of it might fade away, wrinkle or discolor. These color papers with leave prints that reflects to the environment of the garden. It was pinned on the land in a row on a daily basis, the color paper changed along with the microclimate and distubance by creatures in the garden.