Friday, 24 September 2010

Pagan Eye: Autumn Berries

For this Pagan Eye post, here is a picture of some ripe berries I saw while on an autumnal country walk. This autumn, the trees and bushes seem to be far more laden than usual with fruit, berries and nuts - which according to folklore could mean we will have a harsh winter ahead of us.

On each Pagan Eye post, I show a photo that I find interesting, with a few words about it. I'm not quite sure what I'll be including - it could be a seasonal image, a pagan site, an event, or just a pretty picture.

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Previous Pagan Eye post:
http://www.badwitch.co.uk/2010/08/pagan-eye-beautiful-moon-iii_24.html

1 comment:

Pallas Renatus said...

Interestingly, one of the first things I learned in my college biology classes is that most plants really don't fully commit their resources to reproduction until they're stressed for one reason or another, "worried" about passing on its genes, so I think the fokelore's got plenty of merit in this situation; they're much better at seeing hard times coming before we are.