wildlife garden
Halleria lucida and sunbird

Letting nature back in celebrates the creatures and plants that inhabit and enrich suburban spaces, as well as nature in wilder places further afield. The images taken in my own suburban garden reflect that there is still life in suburban spaces. Letting nature into our suburbs, gardens and households can shift our priorities with an emphasis on letting go rather than reigning in, on sanctuary rather than orderliness. Letting nature in enriches us, as also is evident when visiting wilder places. Let’s celebrate!

About me: naturebackin 1I live in a suburban space in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands in South Africa. Mostly indigenous plants shelter and feed the wild creatures and birds that live here too. In parallel I have a small kitchen garden.

Contact me: email dcbramm@gmail.com