21 June 2009

shortest day

winter solstice

Happy winter solstice.

10 comments:

trashalou said...

Longest day here and am loving all this light :-)

Rachel said...

Happy summer solstice too. We like to celebrate by moaning about the nights drawing in now, and how we haven't seen summer yet....but we're British; we enjoy that sort of thing.

fifi said...

Happy Solstice, wishing you love and light.

Shammickite said...

Happy summer solstice to those who are up here in the top half of the world.

willowcaroline said...

Happy shortest day from those of us with the shortest night tonight!We will start sending you back some light now!

victoria said...

Beautiful beautiful photo. Also, love the pics of you with the shawl, especially the one where it looks like wings.

docwitch said...

Happy belated Solstice Suse...and I'm checking out that shawl of yours!

Anonymous said...

I like the exchange of solstice greetings between northerners and southerners. It makes it more bearable, here in the UK, as our days grow shorter, to think that really we are just "sharing" the light with our southern friends!
Bella

Alaska Bean said...

I hope you had a great solstice. It would have been much nicer here if the sun had shown itself at all, here in Alaska we have the pleasure of watching the sun kiss the horizon and back up but only on those lucky years that we can actually SEE the sun at midnight :)

meggie said...

My Grandmother was big on Solstices. I always forget.
Odd that, as I always feel I was a witch in a former life~ or my fellow villagers who put me to death felt I was a witch.