Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Midsummer's Eve

It's that time of year when the most celebrated holiday by the fairies has arrived with the coming of the Summer Solstice - also known as Midsummer's Eve. On June 21st, when the day is longer than the night, twilight will be at its longest in the sky revealing all the naked eye cannot see.  More importantly to us humans, it is a truly magical time when the fairy world of enchantment opens up to ours - making the best day of the year to see fairies!  So, be prepared: charge the batteries in your digital cameras and treat yourself to a magical and wondrous evening of possibly capturing never to be forgotten pictures of fairies.
Taking Pictures of Fairies Outside:
If you have a nature trail, forest or glen near by, you  might want to go there.  If you have a fairy garden, blooming flowers or plants favored by fairies, you might want to start there.
Wait for the evening sky and take your walk or sit on a blanket or chair.  Many people have reported in this quiet time of looking around, they will start to see quick sparkles of lights from the corners of their eyes.  If you happen to see one of these flashes of lights, take a picture right away.  If you see a shadow or a movement, take a picture right away.  And even if you don't see any of these things, you can still take pictures and capture delightful images!
We would love for you to share your pictures so that we can show others on our blog by e-mailing them to: info@efairies.com