Great picture, great song :-)
@mrs_martinak170 Thank you, Mrs M
@j.c.nowwin Thank you!
Very lovely! Here the first people say "Dingo makes us human". Ie, we learn to behave well in family groups and alliances by watching dingo - or in northern climes - wolf. And she is definitely the one who sings up the winter moon
@cernakherself Thanks - I read that the name Wolf
moon was given to us by Native American peoples, who for millennia heard wolves singing up the winter moon.
You will likely only read our truth here tho you know. How often do you read of references to the deep knowledge of the oldest extant culture on our planet...?
@cernakherself Just about never for the vast majority of us. We have heard of the Dreamtime, without understanding anything about it, and we might have read English writer Bruce Chatwin's The Songlines years ago, which is probably of no value. I read a couple of press articles a few weeks ago inspired by things you wrote here.
Look I know this too. Things can change. It takes a certain bravery to dare to cross cultures in an empty-handed leap. We dont know where we will land, except in a part of ourselves we may never have seen...:) i appreciate the time you take to think about these things.. and your nice photos of course
It was very large as it rose yesterday. The weather always appears to change along with it too.
@thegreenwoodslaugh Yes, I think the Snow Moon is in February
Looks like the snow will be a month early!
@thegreenwoodslaugh I went down to Woking, and the snow was quite heavy there, covering parked cars. But it had all gone by the time I got the train back to London at 10.