#ChasingNature Round Up: Week 5


The fifth #ChasingNature link up was unbelievable better than week four, with fourteen fantastic blogs for everyone to read through! So, before talking about my favourite, Kelly and I would like to thank everybody who got involved, and shared your wonderful blogs with us all!

This week, I wrote about trying out a new camera that was given to me by a family member, and I’m happy to say that I’ve actually managed to go out and use it quite a lot this week! You can check out my photos in my #ChasingNature Instagram round up!


If you missed my blog from last week, you can read it here.

My favourite blog this week was Jake’s Garden by Emma’s Thoughts. Within this post, blogger Emma Reed showed us how she created a little garden using wooden pallets for her son, Jake.

I absolutely loved this idea, especially because I live in a terraced house with no garden (except for a small area with a patio). It’s a bit late to be making something like this now for Esme, but I’d love to give it a go next year! Esme will be a bit older by then, and will hopefully appreciate a little area to go play in!

If you missed Emma’s post, you can read it again here.

Photo by Emma Reed

Photo by Emma Reed


This week, Kelly from Nature Mum Blog chose to feature My Manchester Morning Wander by The Urban Wanderer. In this post, Manchester blogger Sarah spoke about her early morning walk around the city, and took some beautiful photographs!

If you missed it or would like to read it again, you can do so here.

Photo by An Urban Wanderer

Photo by An Urban Wanderer

If you joined in with this week’s linky, you can use the badge below for your sidebar, or for the post you entered. Kelly and I hope to see all of those who got involved last week back again tomorrow, and we’ve both got our fingers crossed that we’ll see even more people join in!


Keep an eye out to see who Kelly and I chose as our featured contributors to the Instagram Community! Hope to see you next time!


#ChasingNature Round Up: Week 5 — 2 Comments

  1. Oh wow thank you so much! We loved making this garden back in the Spring and it has kept him very busy throughout the year. We didn’t get around to planting anything in it as he seemed to prefer to dig… like Ben and Holly he tells me! So maybe next year he will be old enough to grow his own veg 😉

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