I had hoped to photograph all of the different acorns that felli in our forest this year, but life got busy and I didn't quite finish my goal. I had taken these early in the fall, which is why everything looks so lush and green, and after reading a fun comment from someone who entered last week's giveaway I was reminded that I had a few pics to share. She had said that the European acorn didn't have such a nice head but that they were compensated because their squirrels have tufts on their ears. :D It made me giggle, and made me wish our squirrels had tufts on their ears.
I've often wondered how people picture acorns in their heads. After making so many wool acorns, I realize I make acorns in a style that is familiar to me, but that may look disproportionate to others.
So how do acorns look to you? Does anyone have acorn pics they'd like to share with me?