Day 22 was a very busy day for me! I feel like I’ve been driving all day! As a result I’ve got a post that is short on writing, but with plenty of photos. It wasn’t my adventure for today, but it was suitably wild as I helped the Spring Common school connect with nature as normal on a Wednesday. I thought that instead of sharing facts or a poem or anything I’d share a few photos from their morning. We cleared the ground around the Peter Prince Memorial Stone and one of the benches nearby and had a look at some of the nature we could see. They were particularly delighted by the young toads!
Today was such a busy day that I really needed my time to stop and pay attention as I’ve been trying to do for the last third of #30DaysWild! This evening I took my fiance outside and we simply admired the sunset. Taking it in and just spending time together quietly in the pleasant evening air. It was a remarkable contrast from the hot, humid day we’ve had. The air felt clear, calm and still, and just the right temperature.
Plants stretch tall
silhouetted against the sky
Vibrant red fades to midnight blue