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30/06/2015

It is done #30DaysWild Day 30

Hello to Eileen T - Welcome and glad to have you along :), Hi Susan - yes I crocheted that rug a couple of years ago - I keep promising myself I'll do another one sometime. I blogged about it here

****My 30 Days Wild has finished****

It has been both restrictive and a pleasure to do. 
I've only missed a couple of days but life just got in the way.
It has made me look closely the minutiae well at the wider picture.
I've loved doing my random acts of wild - I hope you did too!

Today's acts of wild 
are
small snippets 
from walks
from holidays
from memories
 I have been so lucky with our walks
we have found some precious
wild places
Female Broad Bodied Chaser Dragonfly 
Herb Robert and a Rustyback fern (Ceterach) 
River Water Crowfoot - Ranunculus fluitans
The most amazing floating carpet of white buttercups I ever seen.
I have loved finding corners of wilderness in towns 
where pockets of green have beautiful artwork
 There is something so special about knitting with the tang of sea salt in the air.

I have treasured my walks
with my boys
thank you for sharing them with me

And thank you for coming along for my wild days - 
I hope you enjoyed them as much as I did!


8 comments:

  1. Really enjoyed the last month. Thanks for sharing. X

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  2. Love the dragon fly. I am so glad you blog about your walks, saves me a lot of walking when I am too busy or too tired or whatever to walk!

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  3. I've definitely emjoyed coming along and the top photo today is just wonderful, but I can never tell whether they are dragonflies or damselflies. Thanks and take care.

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  4. I hope you're entering this years Countryfile calendar competition. You have shown us some amazing pictures of wildlife over these last 30 days, I've really enjoyed viewing them here.

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  5. I agree with Jacqueline regarding entering this year's Countryfile calendar competition. We have enjoyed walking with you, thank you. xx

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  6. What a wonderful photo of the dragonfly! I have enjoyed dipping into your 30 days - at times life got in the way, and I didn't manage to visit every day!

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  7. I have dropped in on many of your wild posts but not always found the time to comment, and have enjoyed your photos of the wild world around you in a landscape which is both similar and different to my own. Hope you find time to have a little rest before your next venture :)
    Cathy x

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Thank you ever so much for stopping by today - I'm really glad that you did. If you would like to leave me a comment then I would be delighted to hear from you,

Hawthorn x
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