The second week of #ChasingNature has been and gone, and I’m so pleased to say that even more people joined us for the second week than they did for the first!
To start off, Kelly and I would like to thank everybody who got involved with the linky, and we hope to see you return in the future! I absolutely loved reading everybody’s posts, and once again, taking part in the linky actually made me want to go out to take photos and write about our experience!
This week, I wrote about an unexpected trip to the park with Arthur last week. If you missed it, you can read it here. Kelly (Nature Mum Blog) wrote about nature’s paint pallet, and how nature if full of “beautiful colours from the orange warm glow of the early morning sunshine to the deep greens of an oak tree leaf.” If you missed it, you can read it here!
My favourite blog post this week was A Cold Crispness by Ashley Beolens from Views From an Urban Lake. The way Ashley writes about nature and its beauty is absolutely captivating. I can imagine everything from the very moment the blog starts: “Brilliant sunshine sparkled in the large drops of water.”
A wonderful array of photos followed, my favourite of which would be Misty Morning in the Ouse Valley. Never have a seen a photograph that it so beautiful yet erie, all at the same time.
I absolutely loved this post, and hope that Ashely will join us again next week!
If you joined in with this week’s linky or last week’s, 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!
To see what photos Kelly and I chose as our favourites from the Instagram Community, click here!