Sunday, November 2, 2008

Fall in the Adirondacks

The full harvest moon has already passed on by pushed by the west wind bringing fall to our home.  Leaves flying in reds and golds shower the yard and the blue sky opens up in their falling.  Migratory birds have been heading south and the forest is now filled with the sounds of the locals.
Gardens are being prepped for spring, roots dug and the last of the fresh plant medicine making completed.  As the fall moves into colder weather the forest surrounding us grows quiet as the earth prepares for winter silence.  The deep quiet fills us with a dreamtime, an inner way to reflect on the old year and the new year coming.  I am including some pictures from the Adirondacks that I took this fall.
Enjoy and take good care