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Celebrating Midwinter

We wait in the dark for the light to appear,
Mother, give birth to our brother the Sun.
We wait in the dark for the light to appear, … 1,172 more words

Around The Cauldron

Footprints, Pawprints and Spirits in the Sand: Winter Solstace At The Beach.

I AM FOREVER walking upon these shores,
Betwixt the sand and the foam,
The high tide will erase my foot-prints,
And the wind will blow away the foam.
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Celebrating the winter solstice

Back of the Ferry loves its astronomical events. Solstices are a particular favourite. Tonight is the Winter Solstice. Longest night, shortest day. Given the hemisphere stuff I’m not sure whether the longest night is first or the shortest day is first. 92 more words


Embroidered Light

Last night we went to the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens¬† to see artist Tyrone Sheather’s sculptures as part of the Hobart Dark Mofo festival. 31 more words


Winter Solstice One Day On

Cold Night

It’s cold outside tonight. 6.9 Celsius is not usual for South Head at 11.00 pm, even in June.

Curious, I look out the wash-house window to the west and see a crescent moon, low in the sky. 136 more words

South Head

Winter solstice - brrrrr

I’ve mentioned a couple of times now that I don’t do cold and this last weekend has been freezing. ¬†Getting up this morning after the longest night of the year when the temperature bottomed out at 1 degree was pure torture but it got worse… I had to send the puppies outside into the cold at 6.30am after spending the night in the laundry! 152 more words


Lifesmithing : : After The Solstice

The longest night began with a some spectacular sky candy as Lady Luna, Venus the goddess of love and Jupiter, planet of cosmic largesse all lined up to show off in Leo. 657 more words