The wildlife here is just so varied and colorful. Seeing it through British eyes was amazing. I loved it.
In the cities here, the wildlife is almost on your doorstep, you don’t have to go far to get to a National Park. Whereas, you know London – nature seems to be squeezed out of it.
Last month I was privileged to interview three amazing, up-and-coming wildlife artists about their work. In previous posts, Milly Formby and Kate Cranney talked about their art. This week’s post features the beautiful drawings of Rachel Hollis. Please follow this link to read the full interview. If you are using a phone or tablet, check out this dynamic version, it looks fantastic. I hope you enjoy it.
More nature blogger interviews
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I’m always going down to the Swan River here, and I love just walking along the sand and feeling the sand between my toes and walking in the water and looking at the reflection of the light on the water, and the shells and the colours, and wishing that I could capture every tiny little bit of it on paper. Continue reading
I was working in threatened species conservation and I felt like I was wasting my time… Continue reading
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