Summer is falling away, but Winter is still far off. We move into a change of season. Nature doesn’t follow a calendar so over the next month you may notice the day light growing shorter faster. We don’t have many deciduous trees, so Autumn is not a time of orange carpets of dead leaves, for most of Australia.
Summer Solstice is a time of celebration, festivities and rituals from many cultures worldwide. It’s also known as Midsummer or Litha, and it’s a significant time of year throughout history. So significant that monuments worldwide will be bathed in light in specific fractals during solstice alone. For those of us in the Southern Hemisphere we are celebrating this day right now! It falls between the 21-23rd of December year, in the midst of our Summer close to Christmas.