30 Days Wild

By Jo Degenhart
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In May I found out about 30 Days Wild which is a challenge organised by The Wildlife Trust that runs through June and attempts to get people engaged with nature, learn lots and get excited by what is around them.

As my work is inspired by being outdoors, it seemed to be a brilliant way to engage with other nature lovers, taking my own photos to gain source materials for future work. I followed it on the 30 Days Wild twitter page (using #30dayswild) and had great fun. There are so many amazingly talented nature photographers and people who are happy to share the huge amount of knowledge they have and while I would normally say that I spend quite a lot of time outdoors, I think this really made me think about it on the boiling hot days and the rainy cold days we had here in June!

By Jo Degenhart
Birker Fell, Lake District National Park
By Jo Degenhart
Swallow Nest at Speke Hall
By Jo Degenhart
Deer at Dunham Massey
By Jo Degenhart
Bare feet walk in the garden, it was pretty squelchy after the rain!
By Jo Degenhart
Lavender in our front garden
By Jo Degenhart
Coffee in the garden listening to the magpies!
By Jo Degenhart
Sketching the outdoors, outdoors
By Jo Degenhart
My ‘perfect’ low maintenance lawn!
By Jo Degenhart
A Grasses, Sedges and Rushes course in the Wirral
By Jo Degenhart
Wildlife survey in Anderton
By Jo Degenhart
Wildflower Course in the Wirral

I really enjoyed doing it and would like to thank the Wildlife Trust and 30 Days Wild for organising it!

Jo x

 

 

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