Wednesday, 3 June 2015

30 Days Wild Connecting with Nature

Yesterday I connected with the wild with nature , I communed as they say with nature  , I did not get lost ,



Hidden countryside
Never having the same adventure



yet travelling into nature feels like a homecoming and leaving is very much tinged with a sense of loss.

Country Lane
Wandering down the lane


I breathe in the soft summer heavy with the promise of warm weather , I wander to the dip and dive of the swooping house martins that provide an aerial spectacular, I am instilled with a state of the deepest, calmest joy.

I find when I wander that I never find the same route twice, I am absorbed in the environment , with this I have ever felt fitter or more full of Strength and hope.


Skip through the buttercups.

large buttercup meadow





BIG tick





Buttercup Meadow
Buttercup meadow


19 comments:

  1. What a great idea to get out and about. I hope this promise of summer this month is fulfilled!

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  2. I love these photographs. fingers crossed summer brings sunshine and more chances to get out and about

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  3. Oh I love how you described the sensation of getting lost in nature and feeling a real sense of loss when returning to the rest of life... I hate that feeling of coming back!!

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  4. Sometimes I think we all need to just get away and do this - enjoy the green of it all! Love the pics. (and glad you didn't get lost.....)

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  5. Gorgeous photos. the last one is my favourite. I always feel so much better when I get out in the fresh air.

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  6. I love getting close to nature - great to get out for a walk.

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  7. Sounds perfect! You can't beat a walk in the countryside for lifting your mood.

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  8. I'd love to walk down that lane with no agenda other than to walk and discover *sigh* Beautiful post

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  9. Please let this be the start of summer! Nothing beats a walk on the wild side!

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  10. OOh this is such a summery post x

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  11. oh i do hope we get a nice summer im up for going for many walks this summer

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  12. I am so waiting for the warmth to sweep further north. I want to skip though butterfly meadows

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  13. I love buttercup meadows, they always invoke memories of childhood!

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  14. We are doing this challenge too - good luck x

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  15. Aimless wandering is like a balm for the soul. Breathe it all in x

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  16. I am with you, I dont get lost, may well be temporarily displaced but never lost

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  17. Oh I do love your pretty wanders Claire, fabulous photographs. There's something rather lovely about buttercups too. I recently showed POD the butter under the chin think, she wasn't quite sure what to make of it!

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  18. I love summer and seeing sights like this - nothing could be more lovely! x

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  19. We love walking - and luckily have so many beautiful places on our doorstep. Great photos. Kaz x

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