People Need Nature have decided to share short nature films each day on their Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
Miles King CEO of the charity has invited me to provide music for some of the films and also to film while out walking, capturing footage of the spring. Miles thought this could be especially of use for anyone without access to the outdoors at this time when people are self isolating, and may not be in walking distance of green areas.
Either way the hope is that they will provide a minute or so of beauty each day in contrast to so much of what we see in the media right now.
Please do stay informed, wash your hands and keep to the guidelines for social distancing for the health of those around you as well as yourself.
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We present the second of a series of films, for anyone social distancing without access to outside spaces, as well as for anyone else that enjoys watching. ⠀ Here we are looking at two Cherry Blossom trees followed by a Magnolia, taken in the bright spring daylight in the village of Wick in Dorset. Film by @matthew___shaw ⠀ Please remember to wash your hands and to follow guidelines in social distancing, keeping 2m apart from other people if you are outdoors.⠀ ⠀ Music by @matthew___shaw #peopleneednature #nature #cherryblossom #blossom #spring #magnolia #trees #natureforsocialdistancing #naturefilm #naturalhealthservice #matthewshaw