Thursday 25 July 2019

Pagan Eye: Debra's Story About the Moon at Lunation

The evocative photograph above is by Sara Hannant and is on display at her exhibition called Lunation, part of the current Moon Festival.  Each of Sara's photographs at Lunation illustrates a story by a Londoner telling their relationship with the moon. This is Debra's Story.

Sara's website gives a short quote from that story:
“I always look at the moon as part of nature and part of wellbeing. You know certain moons deal with mental health so on a full moon I am more irritated and more possessive. Then on a quarter moon or a half moon less active.”
You can read the full version at Lunation. I particularly like this picture because it contains an ammonite, and reminds me of a dream I once had. I blogged about it as The Ammonite Dream.

The exhibition is at Charlton Road, London SE7 8RE. Entry is free.

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