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by alex wisser |

The sun set, a full harvest moon rose, the Wollemi Standing Stones surrounded us and the Cudgegong Valley surrounded the stones. We travelled from day to night, from Winter to Spring through the song of //transcript//. Over a hundred people gathered to witness the arrival of Spring at Wollemi Standing Stones last Saturday via the experimental opera devised by Tammy Brennan, with music by Trevor Brown, and movement devised by Victoria Hunt and performed by Anton.

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//transcript// began with a hundred people gathered in the paddock under a dead tree. The dryness of the land predominated, and it seemed that we stood in the centre of the drought as we were welcomed onto country and given an orientation to the work before we wandered down to the stones

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Comments

  • Gemma:

    Brilliant!

  • Brenda:

    Beautiful and so happy to see such positive energy and emotion at the Wollemi Stones. Wish I could be with you all but delighted to see you all on line. Love to Helen and the connection to a gathering at Stonehenge where the dream was born.
    Love Brenda x

  • Ulli Hansen:

    OMG …these images are so evocative of an extraordinary event
    What magic was created in this Sacred Circle by those involved …thank you for posting for our viewing for these Stones are close to my heart. Thank you to Helen for the original inspiration

  • Peta:

    Who placed these stones?

  • Lisa Hogben:

    I so wish I could have been there…

  • Colleen O’Sullivan:

    Such an ethereal haunting experience

  • Terry O'Sullivan:

    A magical evening!

  • Marianne Johnson:

    Such an amazing inspirational experience! Wow!! Thanks to Cementa and Helen. Fantastic photos Alex!

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  • Festival DATES 21 to 24 NOVEMBER 2019