Into the Woods with Titania

“And so I go to the woods. As I go in under the trees, dependably, almost at once, and by nothing I do, things fall into place. I enter an order that does not exist outside, in the human spaces….I am less important than I thought. I rejoice in that.”

Wendell Berry: Essays 1969-1990
‘A Native Hill’ from ‘The Long-Legged House’, 1969
Edvard Munch – The Fairy Forest

Titania appreciates humans who understand the special nature of woods, and the Fairy Queen sometimes even appears to these mortals.

She can assume various guises – here she channels the spirit of Edvard Munch (famous for ‘The Scream’ painting)…

How long before you see her in Munch’s Fairy Forest?

If you would like to see Titania in person, visit the Edinburgh Fairy Embassy at Paradise Green, where she, Oberon and Puck will be welcoming visitors.

Please book your time here: Where Do Fairies Come From?