Exploring | Moments that Matter
We recently moved to a rental house while our new house is being built and there is this long stretch of land just two streets away. I don't know who it belongs to, or if we're allowed in there but there aren't any fences or signs and there are big electricity lines running through it so I figure it's fine to explore in. It's full of mud and tons of large crater looking holes filled with water, all dotted around. The colours are rich, and there's always frogs and birds hanging around to look at. I've started taking the kids there regularly after school because it's just easy to walk and play there and I love that there isn't any actual playground equipment, just the natural environment.
This post is part of a blog circle I'm in with a group of amazing artists called Moments that Matter. To follow the circle, click here and see what matters to Lauren Kennedy this month.