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- Far away, on hilly slopes Where fleet rivulets run, Miles on miles of tangled fern, Burnished by the sun, Glow a copper dun. For the year that's on the wane, Gathering all its fire, Flares up through the kindling world As, ere they expire, Flames leap high and higher. - by Mathilde Blind Unforgettable times last year at the Galiano Island workshop hosted @magnoliarouge. So honored to be a part of this dreaminess 🍂 Photography @jennylosee_ the #forageandfern workshop, Galiano Island, British Columbia. - Photo shoot led by @brumleyandwells creative direction| @magnoliarouge, styling @thewellsmakery Florals @ponderosa_and_thyme & @elderoak_and_thorn h&makeup @jesswilcox here along with @mrmarkdavis, @thefindlab, @jonathencanlas, @belindaolson, and @charlastorey
- Far away, on hilly slopes Where fleet rivulets run, Miles on miles of tangled fern, Burnished by the sun, Glow a copper dun. For the year that& #39;s on the wane, Gathering all its fire, Flares up through the kindling world As, ere they expire, Flames leap high and higher. - by Mathilde Blind Unforgettable times last year at the Galiano Island workshop hosted @magnoliarouge. So honored to be a part of this dreaminess 🍂 Photography @jennylosee_ the #forageandfern workshop, Galiano Island, British Columbia. - Photo shoot led by @brumleyandwells creative direction| @magnoliarouge , styling @thewellsmakery Florals @ponderosa_and_thyme & @elderoak_and_thorn h&makeup @jesswilcox here along with @mrmarkdavis , @thefindlab , @jonathencanlas , @belindaolson , and @charlastorey
- Far away, on hilly slopes Where fleet rivulets run, Miles on miles of tangled fern, Burnished by the sun, Glow a copper dun. For the year that's on the wane, Gathering all its fire, Flares up through the kindling world As, ere they expire, Flames leap high and higher. - by Mathilde Blind Unforgettable times last year at the Galiano Island workshop hosted @magnoliarouge. So honored to be a part of this dreaminess 🍂 Photography @jennylosee_ the #forageandfern workshop, Galiano Island, British Columbia. - Photo shoot led by @brumleyandwells creative direction| @magnoliarouge, styling @thewellsmakery Florals @ponderosa_and_thyme & @elderoak_and_thorn h&makeup @jesswilcox here along with @mrmarkdavis, @thefindlab, @jonathencanlas, @belindaolson, and @charlastorey
- Dense forests of oak once covered most of Northern Europe in those days, so it is not surprising to find this tree held most sacred by people who ‘live in oak forests, used oak timber for building, oak sticks for fuel, and oak acorns for food and fodder.’ (1) Combined with the Indo-European root ‘wid’: to know, ‘Druid’ may have referred to those with ‘knowledge of the oak’, the ‘Wise Ones of the Oakwood’. _ The Sanskrit word, ‘Duir’, gave rise both to the word for oak and the English word ‘door’, which suggests that this tree stands as an opening into greater wisdom, perhaps an entryway into the otherworld itself. - Mara Freeman tree lore, artwork by Carolyn Jenkins
- Dense forests of oak once covered most of Northern Europe in those days, so it is not surprising to find this tree held most sacred by people who ‘live in oak forests, used oak timber for building, oak sticks for fuel, and oak acorns for food and fodder.’ (1) Combined with the Indo-European root ‘wid’: to know, ‘Druid’ may have referred to those with ‘knowledge of the oak’, the ‘Wise Ones of the Oakwood’. _ The Sanskrit word, ‘Duir’, gave rise both to the word for oak and the English word ‘door’, which suggests that this tree stands as an opening into greater wisdom, perhaps an entryway into the otherworld itself. - Mara Freeman tree lore, artwork by Carolyn Jenkins
- Dense forests of oak once covered most of Northern Europe in those days, so it is not surprising to find this tree held most sacred by people who ‘live in oak forests, used oak timber for building, oak sticks for fuel, and oak acorns for food and fodder.’ (1) Combined with the Indo-European root ‘wid’: to know, ‘Druid’ may have referred to those with ‘knowledge of the oak’, the ‘Wise Ones of the Oakwood’. _ The Sanskrit word, ‘Duir’, gave rise both to the word for oak and the English word ‘door’, which suggests that this tree stands as an opening into greater wisdom, perhaps an entryway into the otherworld itself. - Mara Freeman tree lore, artwork by Carolyn Jenkins

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