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09/18/23 8:08 AM GMT
John, in my part of the world we don't have a Lammas Day, So I've checked-out your link and have read that a loaf baked with flour from newly harvested corn would be brought into church and blessed. Further on I've read and understood the meaning of this kind of symbolism (bread of life). Your visualization of this 'phenomenon' is perfect per usual.
I don't know when Lammastide falls, but have read that it's at the halfway point between the summer solstice and the autumn equinox.
I wish you'll have or had a Happy Lammastide anyhow.
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09/18/23 4:44 PM GMT
Very nice, I like thie hint of contrasting color work, wtg! tigs=^..^=
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09/21/23 12:28 AM GMT
That corn has eyes ! I love the golden sheen. The narrative link is very enlightening
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