Sunday, 17 March 2013

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©Kim Krans
Another charming card from the Wild Unknown Tarot (Kim Krans, 2012) graces our screens today. 

The Three of Cups is a much-beloved card, and this version is a beautiful addition to the archetype.  Three birds sit silhouetted in the sunshine, at either dusk or dawn.  They are turned towards each other, and the sun, as though enjoying a pleasant conversation in wonderful surroundings.  Behind them, on the ground, are three cups to illustrate the archetype, upright and in a neat little group.

This really works for me as a card of socialising, celebration and a supportive group of friends :)

In this image I see both the support of friends (through the Internet rather than in person, at least today) and also pleasant family time with my Dear One and Big Boy.  Not that we have anything special planned, but at least today we're all healthy and together :)

I am grateful for good health and family.

8 comments:

  1. I backed out of the group order on this deck because I didn't think I'd ever use it. That was dumb! :)

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    1. I like it much more than I thought I would - something about the line-drawing feel put me off a bit. But the actual images are beautiful, and I love the nature focus! :)

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  2. What a lovely 3 of Cups, and an interesting deck, too! I will probably regret not buying this deck, but I've recently invested in the Rosetta Tarot, which wasn't cheap LOL ;)

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    1. I know, so many lovely decks out there... :D

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  3. I immediately heard Bob Marley. "3 little birds, beside my doorstep... Don't worry, 'bout a thing. Every lil thing, is gonna be alright..."

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  4. What a pretty deck with an interesting line quality. You find the most interesting ones!!

    XOXO,
    MM

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    1. Hiya MM,

      Well, I had some help finding this one - TABI ran a group order for it :) I'm really enjoying it - simple, yet lovely!

      Hugs,
      Chloë

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