Historically the harvest moon, or song moon as it is sometimes known, falls in September. For centuries the song moon has shone down at a time of great activity and hard work, as the gathering of the harvest saw people pulling together to do the most important farm job of the year in a short time.
The light of the song moon extended harvesting hours and enabled people to forage in woodlands for berries and mushrooms longer into the cooling autumn evenings. Here under a canopy of trees, hidden amongst the woodland floor, wild mushroom varieties such as Velvet Shank and Leaf Parachute grew. The pale song moon cast long shadows over the frosty ground, so that, in the growing twilight, trees trunks become silhouettes against the autumnal sky.
- Designer: Vicky Lovatt
- Dimensions: H 36.50 x W 14.00 x D 14.00 cm
- Availability: In Stock
- Product Width14.00cm
- Product Height36.50cm
- Product Depth14.00cm
- Designer:Vicky Lovatt
- Limited Edition Size:20
- Design Window (Style):Landscape