Last year, #30DaysWild filled my timeline with joy throughout June. It was wonderful to see so many people’s nature photos, and I missed it when it ended – so I created #Rainbowblooms to help brighten up Sundays.
The idea is that you share photos every colour of the rainbow, one colour per hour, from 11am-6pm BST every Sunday.
It’s an easy way to #StayWild (the tag that’s being used by people who have also found #30DaysWild too addictive to give up at the end of June, along with #365DaysWild)
It also helps you remember the colours of the rainbow (remember ‘Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vain’ if you struggle – the acronym ROYGBIV acts as a memory prompt for the colour order).
The more people that take part, the more we can brighten up Twitter together.
My dream is that so many people take part that by the end of the day, we create a rainbow of flower photos on Twitter if people click on the hashtag. I think it looks really pretty when flowers are grouped together.
It’s also an interesting way to track the seasons.
Different seasons lend themselves to an abundance of different coloured flowers: and in July, there’s a full rainbow of colours to find with ease.