Sun Wheel

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© Tomma Henckel
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UploadedOctober 18, 2012
TakenOctober 18, 2012
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D5000
Exposure1/500 sec at f/11
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length18 mm
ISO200
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"I welcome this new day.

It is a gift to me, a new creation, a promise of resurrection.

Greetings to the Four Realms, the Goddesses and Gods, and the Kindred of Yore.

I salute the Sun, the Earth, the Seas, and the Sky.

I am thankful for being alive this morning.

Thankful for the sleep that has refreshed me.

May my hands do the good work.

May my eyes see the truth.

May I speak compassionately.

May I make the world a better place this day.

Awen."

- Ceisiwr Serith, Book of Pagan Prayer

This is at the Sunwheel at the University of Massachusetts. "A sun wheel is a solar calendar and observatory; perhaps the best known example of a Sunwheel is Stonehenge."

4 responses

  • John Linton

    John Linton gave props (19 Oct 2012):

    WonderfuLight!

  • Jim Wilton

    Jim Wilton said (20 Oct 2012):

    Beautiful!!!

  • Robert R. Gaines

    Robert R. Gaines gave props (21 Oct 2012):

    Some see what is, some see what could be. You saw and captured what it is and why it is so well..

  • Tomma Henckel

    Tomma Henckel   said (21 Oct 2012):

    Thank you, I'm touched by your comments.

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