Autumn leaves fill the gaps in a grid of grey, stone summits, by design or by happy accident? This installation in the garden of the Palais Royal is part of an exhibition by sculptor Thierry Courtadon entitled Une Pierre dans Mon Jardin (or a stone in my garden). The sculptures were created in response to the setting so it’s likely that this grid was made with falling leaves in mind. Either way, the warm colour of the leaves contrasts perfectly with the cool, grey stone and the veins of the leaves echo the ribs on the stone peaks, or is it the other way round?.
Another (accidental) response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Grid.”