Here’s a glimpse of our Intro to Nature Journaling workshop held this past Saturday:
Micro-worlds were unveiled, often overlooked details noticed with new eyes and excitement, and maybe even a new species of spider discovered!
Thank you to all who joined us. What a perfect it day it was to be out exploring the gardens!
P.S. We’ve created a new page on our blog dedicated to nature journaling resources. You are sure to find lots of useful information… Please be sure to check back regularly.
Remember, nature journaling is a practice to be done on a regular basis. The more you do it, the easier it becomes and will eventually become part of your routine. As our friend Roger says, “the longer you look, the more you will see” and the first step in understanding the natural world is to see.
Intro to Phenology, June 15th: Phenology is the observation and recording of the effects of seasonal changes on plants and animals. Join us to discover the joy and benefits of keeping a phenology journal.
Patterns in Nature, July 20th: You will be amazed at the patterns to be found all throughout nature and the influence they have had on the scientific, mathematical, and artistic worlds. Come see what patterns you can discover…