22 October 2010


Rather than observe the beginning of September as the arrival of spring, the biodynamic rythyms we follow are much more aligned with the equinox which follows some weeks later.

Since this image was captured on the equinox, near the end of September, the shoot growth has more than tripled while enduring our typically bracing North-Westerlies, two brief hail storms and enough rain in one day (220mm!) to fulfill almost a quarter of our annual rainfall. Vibrant luminous green life has emerged through a gentle start to spring...

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