While we speed headlong throughout July and careering into the summer holidays (yay!), it’s time for the final installment of my attempt at #30dayswild. While my attempt might have been a little lackluster, I have really enjoyed seeing the different experiences of others on social media. The pictures people took brightened my day and helped to inspire my own attempts at getting into nature. Some people seemed to be able to find aspects of nature so easily and take immense pictures! These are my final few shots from June, plus a few from the first few days of July, including some great ones from a lovely walk we had at Chimney Meadows.
Taking part in #30dayswild was a good reminder for me to make sure that I make time for nature. I feel so much better when I’m in a field or by the coast, away from everything, spotting anything from devil coach horse beetles to common blue butterflies to deers jumping across the field. It’s so important to make time for nature and get out there in the fresh air, even if it’s just to see Poppydog paddling in a stream!