I rose before both the sun and the moon on this shortest day, early enough to catch sight of the balsamic moon rising through the trees. With the sky quickly lightening around her, she soon disappeared into the lighter blue of day. But here was indigo dawn magic, in the predawn chill. The incubating darkness this winter solstice is nearly complete, the darkest of nights, the fertile place of new beginnings. What do you wish to come during the next cycle of the moon, the next circuit of the sun?
Winter Solstice Morning Moonrise
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BEAUTIFUL, Thank you for sharing.
Not Solstice-related, but thought you might enjoy this: http://vimeo.com/3829682 Great typographical animation 🙂
This is great, Michele, I love the use of serifed faces for the noble conviction words. Roman caps rule!
Mmm…. i was there to see them both rise too. i love that we see the same moon on opposite sides of the world…