Monthly Archives: June 2017

Cavignus ~ A midsummer gift.

  My word for this midsummer’s day, when our star is strong in the Northern Hemisphere. Sunshine penetrates the deepest hollows in trees, earth, rivers and rockpools. And with the moving shadows of leaves, birds and fish, the light dances … Continue reading

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Avumbra

Avumbra ~ brief shadow cast upon oneself by a bird flying in the path of the sun. (Latin bird/shadow). My #inventaword for the day. — Ginny (@ginbat) June 18, 2017 ~~~~~~~~~~  

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Sanguimund

Ginny Battson © 2012 Seeing nature as community, affecting the viscera: sanguimund (blood/Earth ~ latin). Adjective. My #inventaword for today. — Ginny (@ginbat) June 11, 2017 (adjective) Examples ~ As I walk through the sanguimund woodland… I am open to … Continue reading

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Devotion, life.

Ginny Battson  2017 Today, I observed the most intimate union between flower and fly, what we might call the process of cross-pollination, though the words ‘process’ and ‘pollination’ are remarkably poor in communicating the magnificence of what I saw. Here … Continue reading

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