Lughnasadh or Lammas is the Gaelic festival or sabbat marking the beginning of the harvest season. Named after the Celtic Pagan god Lugh it celebrates the beginning of harvest and marks the tradition of the Scottish Games.
We had a really lovely outdoor ritual this year right by the water. We danced, we chanted, we drummed, and we enjoyed every bit of it! I thought you might enjoy some of the photos from our ritual this summer. It was a beautiful warm night perfect for a bonfire. Here are a few pictures of our celebration!
P.S. I am posting this late! We are almost half way to Mabon now!