we have had a most wonderful Autumn, so ive been trying to take advantage of the weather and the beauty,mostly because anyone who knows me ,knows i hibernate as soon as the snow fly’s
one of my recent wanderings led me to this nature center ,to find the fairy houses, and maybe even a fairy???
maybe its where the Keebler elves make their cookies im not sure, i am sure it took me a good while to get back up, and of course i was carrying my heaviest camera, and underneath all those leaves..was mud.
there are so many myths and also beliefs about fairies , and ive never met anyone who didnt think it was all magical. this past summer i wrote about a place we went to that had Fairies performing.and if i knew how to attach that blog i would:(
anyway… on with the show
i just loved the doorknocker , the little wrought iron lion head
well that will about do it for my “spirits of the Air”. weather its all in ones head or not.. this was and is a magical place and i cant wait to go back.
there is a belief that fairies were an intelligent species, distinct from humans and angels. In alchemy in particular they were regarded as elementals, such as gnomes and sylphs, as described by Paracelsus. This is uncommon in folklore, but accounts describing the fairies as “spirits of the air” have been found. The belief in their angelic nature was common in Theosophist circles.
if you stopped by Thank you in advance ,i hope you liked visiting these little Fairy Houses. and i hope you have a great week.