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Petals, bugs and moss: the spiritual practice of micro-eco-art

Katy Murray shows us how creating micro-eco-art can be a spiritual practice, with activities for all abilities and ages

Petals, bugs and moss: the spiritual practice of micro-eco-art © KATY MURRAY

ADULTS AND KIDS, ALL IN FULL WATERPROOFS. Our hands are muddy and our buckets are full: leaves, stones, moss, petals, grass, some bugs and mini beasts.

Bodies are warmed up, faces are mud-spattered and glowing with exuberance.

And now we're all kneeling on the ground, arranging our finds into shapes, patterns, creating a whole from the sum of the parts.

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