Larch-Trees

Full Moons Masterpost

Wolf Moon (January)

Also known as: Quiet Moon, Snow Moon, Cold Moon, Chaste Moon, Dusting Moon, Moon of Little Winter

 Nature Spirits: gnomes, brownies

 Element: Air

 Herbs: marjoram, holy thistle, nuts, cones, and seeds

 Colors: brilliant white, blue-violet, black, silver, rose, and burgandy

 Flowers: snowdrop, crocus

 Scents: musk, mimosa, pine

 Stones: garnet, onyx, jet, chrysoprase, Hematite

 Trees: birch, Hazel

 Animals: fox, coyote

 Birds: pheasant, blue jay

 Power Flow: sluggish, below the surface; beginning and conceiving. Protection, reversing spells. Conserving energy by working on personal problems that involve no one else. Getting your various bodies to work smoothly together for the same goals.

Edibles: sugar cookies and apple juice

 Altar Decor: pine branch, burgundy or rose candles, pictures of family and friends

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Good Morning from Scotland

Loch Tay Dawn by Angus Clyne
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Nice bit of sky this morning…

A fall visit to North Cascades National Park in Washington is a great chance to see the larches in their gorgeous fall colors. Photographer Meghan Young captured this beautiful scene. “We went on an overnight hike and woke to a fresh dusting of snow, the perfect complement to the fiery orange of the trees. We watched the clouds dance over the distant hills while taking in the views, dumbstruck by the beauty of the moment!” Photo courtesy of Meghan Young.