Autumn Equinox:  "Autumn Fires," by Robert Louis Stevenson, for the #Autumn #Equinox.

Autumn Equinox: "Autumn Fires," by Robert Louis Stevenson, for the #Autumn #Equinox.

Pomander ~ "I make these every Holiday. They're easy fun to make; even with the kids! The clove-punchered oranges fill the room with a citrusy aroma you can imagine lasts a long time :) Add a ribbon if you wish; I hang 1 in every room! =o)"

Pomander ~ "I make these every Holiday. They're easy fun to make; even with the kids! The clove-punchered oranges fill the room with a citrusy aroma you can imagine lasts a long time :) Add a ribbon if you wish; I hang 1 in every room! =o)"

Light autumn - collect leaves with the kids on an autumn walk, display in the window to let the sunlight shine through.

Light autumn - collect leaves with the kids on an autumn walk, display in the window to let the sunlight shine through.

Kitchen Witch School of Natural Witchery: Mabon apple slices  http://kitchenwitchuk.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/mabon-apple-slices.html

Kitchen Witch School of Natural Witchery: Mabon apple slices http://kitchenwitchuk.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/mabon-apple-slices.html

Scottish stone artist, Carvergillian Forbes A trinity of rabbits. rabbit, stone, carving, pattern, woodland, animal

Scottish stone artist, Carvergillian Forbes A trinity of rabbits. rabbit, stone, carving, pattern, woodland, animal

Autumn/fall leaf collections - fantastic project for children, connects them to nature & helps them learn plant names. | The Micro Gardener

Autumn/fall leaf collections - fantastic project for children, connects them to nature & helps them learn plant names. | The Micro Gardener

Maighdean Uaine - the Green Maiden appears in Celtic mythology, especially Scottish and Manx. She appears as a beautiful woman dressed in green, though in many tales she has goat feet hidden under her gown. She can be cruel or benign, and has been known to lead men to their deaths, or to protect livestock and children.

Maighdean Uaine - the Green Maiden appears in Celtic mythology, especially Scottish and Manx. She appears as a beautiful woman dressed in green, though in many tales she has goat feet hidden under her gown. She can be cruel or benign, and has been known to lead men to their deaths, or to protect livestock and children.

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