Tag: words

Galaxies in petunias

Galaxies in petunias

This year my petunias are overflowing with blossoms! They remind me of the starry night sky. A deep blue-purple with spattered white markings that fade around the margins- like galaxies! It makes me so happy look at them. This morning it was my inspiration for…

July 26: Words – Telling a story

July 26: Words – Telling a story

What we’ll be doing By incorporating words with pictures, the nature journal become more that a record of an experience, but tells a story of what happened during time in nature. This Sunday we’ll look at using descriptive words, simile, and simple poetry in our…

July 19: Words in your journal (Video)

July 19: Words in your journal (Video)

Use words, pictures and numbers to convey your nature experience.

What we’ll be doing

Nature journaling is made up of words, pictures and numbers to record our experience in nature. This Sunday we’ll be exploring different ways to incorporate WORDS in our nature journal pages.

Adding words (such as labels, titles, questions, thoughts, etc) makes the page look less like “art” and takes the pressure off from needing to look “pretty”.

We’ll also practice nature journaling off line in our own nature, and share our discoveries at the end.


Who can attend

Open to all. No experience needed.

We meet at 9:30am Pacific Daylight Time, US on Sundays on Zoom. The session begins with an introduction of a topic, then we log off to nature journal in our own nearby nature, then wrap up with sharing our experiences and journal pages.


Meeting Link:

Sundays in July, 09:30 AM Pacific (US and Canada)

https://zoom.us/j/604293250?pwd=ZG9JZ00vZ1hpVmM0aFVvd2t2NGR5Zz09

Meeting ID: 604 293 250
Password: nature


What to bring

Open to all levels!

Have a journal or paper, and a pencil. Color pencils or watercolor optional.

And bring your curiosity and willingness to try!


Donation Based

$20 Suggested Donation. Your contribution keeps these events available to all.

If you are unable to make a donation, please come anyways. You are always welcome in the group. You can pay it forward with generosity to others.

Thank you for your support!

Sounds in nature

Sounds in nature

Today I had planned to draw the first calendula blossoms in our vegetable garden. I headed out across the yard and as I rounded the corner of the house, I heard an unusual crackling sound. I stopped in my tracks, focused my hearing to figure…