Continuing the naming of the full moons of the year in the manner of our indigenous ancestors.
With high Autumn upon us, the land is now green and the earth damp. The many fires that have stood throughout the long dry have now been lit.
During the cooler nights, the fires of olive wood are kindled in the hearths of the farmsteads and villages.
In the fields, the dried grasses are burnt off and the tree prunings are gathered into great pyres.
Photo: Full moon over the High Sierra of Saladaviciosa. Courtesy of the author.