Summer Solstice! I still haven't made it out for a sunrise, but I did catch the sunset on the longest day of the year. I took the opportunity to walk up on Mousehold Heath in Norwich with my camera. There was a period when the sun disappeared behind the low cloud, but the view did … Continue reading Summer Solstice Sunset
These were actually taken the day after Winter Solstice, but the moon was still full and the sky was actually clear enough to see it! I then looked to the Christmas lights around Ipswich's Waterfront for inspiration:
The holidays have been a bit jumbled up this year, with various commitments and conflicts, but I was still able to take some photographs for my housemate while he observed a ritual. The day was lovely for a walk - the mist made for a slightly eerie atmosphere in the woods, and was lovely to … Continue reading Yule and Winter Solstice
I celebrated Yule with a friend by observing Winter Solstice this year, and took a range of photographs to document the occasion. Later in the evening, Jon observed a ritual, which he was happy for me to photograph!
The moon and night time photography has always fascinated me, particularly when looking at the reflections and contrasts between light and dark. I have a friend who observes various pagan rituals and traditions throughout the year and said he would be happy for me to take some photos during the evening of the summer solstice, … Continue reading Summer Solstice