Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Photos from the Edges of the Festival

M. and I have returned from the smallest of the three Colorado Pagan camp-out festivals held at Wellington Lake, a large private campground. Wellington Lake is dominated by a large rock formation called (imaginatively) The Castle.

The photo above, however, is the west (back) side, which most festival attendees never see. But if you are a boundary-crossing transgressive Hagazussa, then, perhaps you might find yourself on the Rolling Creek Trail into the Lost Creek Wilderness.

RIGHT: Some Pagans spend so much time at Wellington Lake that they feel a certain sense of ownership.

LEFT: The wet weeks of June meant that more mushrooms were available in the forest than usual for this time of year, including this and other boletes.

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OpenID coloradocelt said...

Interesting, is this event open to the greater pagan community? I would be interested in attending at some point.

11:15 AM  
Anonymous Chas S. Clifton said...

The two smaller festivals operate by invitation, as I understand it. The big one, Dragonfest, is open to all.

12:17 PM  
OpenID coloradocelt said...

Cool. For some reason I always seem to find myself broke when Dragonfest comes around . . .

3:10 PM  

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