Category Archive: The Land

Beltane

Beltane Thoughts from 16 years ago….. “As the wheel turns… Flourishing life, sap rising, maturing, strengthening. Fledglings leave their nest and crops make promise of the harvest to come…” Now we approach Beltane,… Continue reading

Winter

Tonight, in the alluring Barrington Mountains -3 degrees. Snow sparkles under the winter stars on the floor of the forest. Crunchy hoofs, paws, claws, and feet, weaving and leaving their mark in the… Continue reading

Putin’s New World. Why Did Russia Attack Ukraine?

This article below from a Russian news agency was published and then deleted, an article prematurely praising Russia’s success in invading Ukraine. The headline reads “The arrival of Russia and a new world”… Continue reading

Gold

Deep Blessings from the heart of butterflies and moths I took this picture in Te Horo in New Zealand 3 years ago, isn’t Nature a true gift indeed, all that shimmers is gold 

October’s Sunrise Beltane Tide

Here in Australia, the spring Maiden and the young Lord of the Bush clumsily tumble from the windy and heady heights of the Eastern Hill they roll down the hill in a rush… Continue reading

Just ahead of the storm

Western sky, just ahead of the storm in Stroud, NSW, Australia.

My Place

If I look only at the top of the mountain, I may miss the fossils, caves and crystals along the mountainside that can teach me about time and my place in the universe.… Continue reading

Dawn Light Deer

Just as cobwebs roll back and the sun rises nigh, And dawns light can be seen in the eastern sky. From her forest home comes carefully and shy, The deer with her herd… Continue reading

Lugh’s Harvest Ends

Healing forest waters……bringing back the the abundant life that was so parched by the years of drought and fires. Morning light captures the beauty of Nature in all Her sweet rawness. We now… Continue reading