Nature Journaling

by Talithas
(Sydney, Australia)

Nature Journaling at High Rocks

Nature Journaling at High Rocks

I have just started nature journaling,to learn and see what God has made is such lovely thing to do. It all started when I went on a walk with my dad, down the hill and back up again(I have been down that hill for along time for I was born in that house). I love to talk and as we walked down and back, I talk about all sorts of things. Some of the walk I talk about God and his creation. Well, when I and my dad were near the top of the hill one day, my dad said, "Let's just listen to nature until the top of the hill." So I did and I heard the birds. I heard nature. After that, I started my nature journal.


I do all sorts of things in my journal. Here are a few:


  • Poems

  • Drawings

  • Photos

  • Writtings

  • Decorating

  • and a lot more.


I go out by myself and do my journaling. That does not mean I don't talk as much when I am walking with my dad and at home, but I am quiet on my nature walks.

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