I’m not done dancing yet

cranes, 23.5 lets go home, but I'm not done dancing yet.png

crane 23.5 and those who were seen dancing thought to be insane by those who couldnt hear the music .png


Secret knowledge. Patience. Longevity.

The Crane was sacred to early Celts, who left behind many votive images of the bird. Bringing the qualities of patience and perseverance, the Crane will stand for long periods of time peering into the water until the time is right for it to dart at its prey.

TREE ALPHABET The association of the Crane with knowledge comes not only from its link with the sunrise and therefore the East; the place of knowledge, but also with its association with the OGHAM, the tree alphabet of the Druids

~ The Druid Animal Oracle, Phillip and Stephanie Carr-Gomm


crane Marco Gaiotti‎Nature Odyssey Worldwide Photo Group Follow · January 26, 2017 · Dancing cranes, Hokkaido. Marco Gaiotti Photography





When a crane comes into your life you are being asked to use your past as a source of strength in the present.



“It seems to me that the earth may be borrowed but not bought. 
It may be used, but not owned. ... We are tenants and not 
possessors, lovers and not masters.” ― Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings 

crane 23.5 smaller babies by stork but big ones will need a crane





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