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Today is Midsummer's eve, a night of summer celebration. Tomorrow is the longest day of the year. In honor of this yearly event, I hope to soak as much of the sun's rays that I can absorb and moon watch with a candle glowing nearby. Find out what your country typically does to celebrate here, or do your own thing.  Create a bonfire, if you can, roast some vegetables or marshmallows, and let the heat resonate your being. Summer nights are beautiful.

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  1. I forgot about the longest day of the year!! Definitely going to have to take advantage of that!
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    1. Yes! I am hoping to do something special myself!

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  2. That's cool! I knew about the first day of Summer, but not the celebrations that go with it. Thanks!

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  3. Lovely post, have a great weekend. Anyways, would you like to follow each other? Let me know :)

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  4. great photos :)
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  6. These photos of the moon are spectacular! I absolutely love them! No urban bonfires for me, but some coastal sun salutations to honor the longest day of the year.

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  7. Really adorable and wonderful post sweetie!! great job! :D

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