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Celebrate the Winter Solstice

Celebrate the Winter Solstice

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    "They call this the first day of winter, but actually it is the beginning of winter's death. From this day on, we can look forward to warming and brightening." ---Den Ming Dao, 365 Tao 355...

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Winter Solstice Reflections from a Gardeners Perspective

Winter Solstice Reflections from a Gardener's Perspective

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Once again, the winter solstice is here, a day where the length of night and day are equal. Although it is considered the first day of winter, a time for turning inward and reflections on the past year and the year ahead--from this day forward, our days will be lengthening and brightening.

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Winter Solstice and thoughts about Gardens of Use and Delight

Winter Solstice and thoughts about Gardens of Use and Delight

Another year has rolled around… and we are celebrating the winter solstice. Although it officially happened here at 12:30 a.m. this morning, I attended an solstice celebration last night. It is unseasonably warm here in Maryland...

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Winter Solstice and Full Moon Pictoral

Winter Solstice and Full Moon Pictoral

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Here are a few fire and light photos taken on the winter solstice in the rural countryside of Maryland.

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Winter Solstice - Full Cold Moon - Lunar Eclipse!

Winter Solstice - Full Cold Moon - Lunar Eclipse!

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This year December 21 is not only the Winter Solstice--we also will have a full moon and a lunar eclipse all on the same day!

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Winter Solstice: Celebrate the Light

Winter Solstice: Celebrate the Light

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Late on December 21st or early on the 22nd, depending upon where you live on this earth, begins the celebration of the Winter Solstice. This is the shortest day of the year and the longest night. From this day until the first of January is a time for reflection and repose, as well as celebration.

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