Frog Wisdom – Earth Day


“A kiss! No way!  I’m beginning to like this life.”

As human beings, we’re not above nature, we’re part of nature.


About Don

My name is Don Scrooby and I live in the United Kingdom. I have a deep love for nature and open spaces and one of my great loves in life is sketching, particularly in pen and water colour and occasionally in pencil. I’m quite new at the art and I sketch mainly from photographs I’ve taken, but also enjoy outdoor sketching. My sketchbooks, although no great shakes, are important to me and I decided to create my blog in order to share some of their contents with those who may be interested.
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37 Responses to Frog Wisdom – Earth Day

  1. nrhatch says:

    Did you draw that Frog Prince? I love it!


    • Don says:

      Yes, I drew it Nancy and made up the caption. Used pen and water soluble pencils. I enjoy drawing frogs. I also love them as creatures. We have numerous frogs in our garden.

      Appreciate the pingback – very kind of you.


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  3. Don, I couldn’t have said it better myself. I live your words.


  4. Delightful! Love your Froggie Prince. 🙂


  5. In the Stillness of Willow Hill says:

    Well put. When you truly stop and experience silence while in nature it’s amazing how you can feel the same energy of peace flowing through your being as through the flowers, trees, and meadows.


  6. So very true Don and I love your drawing!
    Diana xo


  7. Reblogged this on Teacher as Transformer and commented:
    It is a day late, but it is funny and serious together. We are in nature and not separate.


  8. Val Boyko says:

    He does look comfortable and rather grand!
    I agree!
    And damn Rene Descartes …. ( who thought that the human thinking put us above nature, animals, and our bodies … And our spirit should be taken care of by the Catholic Church)
    We now begin to see that our thinking limits us and brings denial to what we are unable to fathom.
    Val x


    • Don says:

      Thanks Val. I agree with you. That pesky Cartesian thought. I suppose we needed it for greater differentiation but hell the ends to which it has gone – horrible.


  9. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:


  10. Well done, Din. I thoroughly agree.


  11. this post says a lot!
    thanks for following, Eddie


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    Nice reading about you

    Thanks for visiting my blog. Be in touch. Browse through the category sections, I feel you may find something of your interest.


  13. LFFL says:

    That’s really cute!


  14. darrelhoff says:

    Did you have your break from blogging already? was a short one…


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