Posted 11 hours ago

Joan of Arc by Albert Lynch (1851-1912)
engraving from Figaro Illustre magazine, 1903

Joan of Arc by Albert Lynch (1851-1912)

engraving from Figaro Illustre magazine, 1903

(Source: paintingses)

Posted 1 week ago

Roads to the Heart: Cascadian Yule MMXIII

My piece on last year’s Cascadian Yule celebrations. I’m very proud of this piece of writing and hope others will take some enjoyment from it as well.

In a place where rain falls endlessly, life thrives in strange forms.

Posted 1 week ago
psychedelic60sbands:

Jacqui McShee. One of the most talented vocalists I’ve heard. And what a bizarre beauty! She was the lead vocalist of the British Folk band Pentangle.

psychedelic60sbands:

Jacqui McShee. One of the most talented vocalists I’ve heard. And what a bizarre beauty! She was the lead vocalist of the British Folk band Pentangle.

Posted 1 week ago

funeral-wreaths:

A medieval mummers play, the characters dressed in animal masks.

One school of thought theorises that mummers plays, still widely performed today around Christmas and Easter, contain elements of paganism: hobby horses as fertility figures, mock beheadings, a doctor who has the ability to revive the hero, symbolising death and rebirth.

Posted 1 week ago

Crooked Mouth - Black Bear

I’m back after a long hiatus with a new song!

The black bears of Fulton River speak!!

Posted 1 week ago
Posted 5 months ago

Going back in time… 3 years ago, seems like a lifetime!

Posted 6 months ago

My new troll lair, five minutes from my house.

Posted 7 months ago

The forest is a place of life.

Algiz

Algiz seccard hæfþ oftust on fennewexeð on wature, wundaþ grimmeblode breneð beorna gehwylcneðe him ænigne onfeng gedeþ.

The Elk-sedge usually lives in the fen,growing in the water. It wounds severely, staining with blood any man who makes a grab at it.

Posted 7 months ago