Our Nature Journals Week 11

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It’s been a lovely week here; spring sunshine and gentle breezes, with the odd heavy shower. The natural world is changing so quickly right now, waking up from its deep sleep. For those of you who follow me on Instagram, you will know that we have a lot of mud!

Rose decided to sketch her wee Horse Chestnut tree. In late summer 2015, Rose brought home a conker from the woods and planted it in a pot. Somewhat surprisingly, it began to grow the following spring (Horse Chestnuts often take a few years to germinate.) and is still faithfully growing.

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There is so much to record, but I plumped for the Lenten Moon, which was last weekend, a sprig of Pussy Willow, and a spunky wee Ladybird that crossed my path.
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How are your journals coming along this week?

6 thoughts on “Our Nature Journals Week 11

  1. I always adore your journal entries. The weather here is still blah… snow on the first day of spring! We just got over 2 feet last week… but one day soon I hope to walk in the sunshine and get those journals out again. I need sunshine!

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