Sunday, December 21, 2008

Winter Solstice


Tonight at the Santa Fe's Children's Museum there was a Winter Solstice celebration. It was a tad bit chilly so we didn't stay as long as we'd like to. There was drumming circle, cider, posole, cookies, story-telling, smores, bonfires and a farolito labyrinth. The sunset was amazing! Despite the chill in the air, it was so peaceful and a time of personal reflection while walking through the labyrinth.

4 comments:

joonbeam said...

Hi Todd, I am a friend of Pearl's. I like your blog and your shop. Hoping you will make more of those flower coasters some day. hint hint. :) I lived in Durango for 11 years and never got to Santa Fe once. (Small children blooming on a regular basis.) What a lovely photo. Thanks for sharing. Happy and peaceful holidays to you and yours. joon

ps. Teachers rule ... and music teachers ... extra.

Meg Wolff said...

I LOVE your photo, Todd. A good way to celebrate the winter solstice. We got a Nor'easter

~Babs said...

Most beautiful, calm scene.
A great shot Todd, thank you,,,

dmarie said...

wow...so beautiful! happy winter solstice!