Nature’s Frightening Skull (2 pics)


Could you imagine walking alone in the forest and stumbling upon this incredibly awesome skull made from fallen leaves? My guess is that some of us would probably have a heart attack…

“I spent a long weekend at a beautiful modern mountain cabin, and at the owners’ request created a temporary skull on their property,” says artist Noah Scalin.

“It was a gray and rainy day, but not too cold or wet to spend a few hours arranging leaves on a hillside below the house (you can see the house in the middle to the right). Good thing I did it when I did, since the next day was bitter cold and windy and I doubt I would’ve gotten much done that day!”


Skull-A-Day
via [notcot]





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