When walking in the woods, debris is present all over the forest floor, leaves, cut and broken branches big and small. Since a few decades these are left in our forests to left to be broken down, to decompose and become part of the forest floor again. Sometimes I intervene a bit and shift some of the branches, twigs, leaves and moss, and create a circle and leave it to decompose further. The circle is like an ouroboros, symbolizing the eternal cyclic renewal, of life, death, and rebirth. Over time I come back and see what has happened. The first circle was made in Nieuw Groevendaal (Hexagon Ferns and Pieces) July 16, 2019. Meanwhile I have installed 20 circles and more spread across the Netherlands, and Sweden. Some of them had a short life span and were de-circled by visitors, others have been given the time to break down gradually. Some examples are shown here, see INSTA for a more complete story. I made a small booklet (leporello), showing their fate over time.
Trunks of birch trees in a spruce forest were cut by the owner, I shifted and rearranged some of them into a circle, a radiant, and left them to become part of the soil floor again.