My own version of Fields of Gold by Sting
During lockdown I saw these fields grow and turn green to gold until from my window without being able to walk among them, in many ways Spring 2020 came and went without me "touching" its vibrancy. But even if we are all living far from normal, Summer has brought again visits outdoors into the woods, and walks among fields of golds.
"Fields of Gold" is a song written and recorded by STING. It first appeared on his 1993 album Ten Summoner's Tales and it has become a folk classic since. I think it's one of the most beautiful songs he ever wrote along with Valparaiso. I share this version not only as a tribute to Sting (another of my walkman favourites when I grew up) but also as a celebration of Lammas/Lughnahsadh and all harvest festivals. Enjoy Summer my sweet followers!This is a time to harvest and be grateful to Mother Earth for all that it provides. Some of the traditions includes to bake something and eat and offer grains to Mother Earth and light a green candle. 1st of August or Lughnasadh marks the midpoint between Summer Solstice and Autumn Equinox and also the beginning of the harvest season, those "Summer Days" among the Fields of Gold, collecting berries and enjoying golden sunsets
Harvest Day Festivals
Lammas is the Harvest festival taking place the 1st of August and celebrating the abundance of the harvest. It's nowadays both ar religious but also wiccan/pagan celebration. The first grains were offered to the gods (including Lugh hence the name) and also later a religious celebration with the offering in the local churched in each corner of the home for good fortune and to protect the stored, harvested grain.The tradition of eating and sharing the first grains of the season that started with Lughnasadh eventually spread to other similar festivals and in England, it transformed into the medieval festival known as Lammas day. Lughnasadh, or Lammas Day, is the ﬁrst harvest festival of the year and a time when Wiccans celebrate an abundance of the season like a pagan thanksgiving. For Silja's Lughnasadh ritual, you'll need a candle, some food to offer and a feather. pd. Lammas Eve, 31 July, is the more significant because it was the day of Juliet's birth. How do you celebrate it in your country?
Find the fufunchi
As it's usual in every video there are hidden 🐀🐀 FIND THE RAT IN THE VIDEO: As in EVERY video I hide my "fufunchis". In this one you will find RITVA Please let me know in the comments if you find them, do not spoil the game with time stamps.
Thank you @hedac for taking the photographies and helping me filming and editing the video :)
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