Last month I participated in the annual #30daysWild project by the British organization "The Wildlife Trusts". The challenge was to make something in or with nature every day of the month.
Here are some of my favorite photos that came out of this!
This is definitively my favorite photo of the month! I found this vineyard snail in my grandmas garden. As I touched it, I realized it's shell was really soft. I think it might have just grown it a bit, shortly before I found her.
This image was shot in my parents garden. My mother showed me how to collect seeds from those flowers on that day.
This was photographed on one of the first days. I just really liked the atmosphere in the forest on that evening, it just seemed kind of magical.
During the month I also made a new friend who is into nature. It's her hand holding the tiny frog on the left, we found it on our first forest walk we had together. She also showed me how to collect elderberry flowers that day and make tea from them.
This was not the only day I found frogs, here are two more of them. They were very agile, but when chasing them long enough (carefully) eventually they sit down for a bit.
Last but not least here is a picture from my mossgarden at my grandma's place again. It was really lovely seeing the two snails explore the moss.
I really enjoyed this month! The 30DaysWild project was a great push to just get out and explore and learn more about nature.