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Yr Helyg Wylofus
A collection of images of The Weeping Willow on arange of printed kitchen textiles and woven in wool blnakets capture a memorable moment sharing tea and mate as a guest in a Welsh home in The Gaiman, Patagonia.
The Weeping Willow is a strong image and a symbol of the life given to the land through the creation of the water irrigation system channels, devised and cut by the Welsh settlers to cary water from the river Camwy on to the land to grow their crops, criss crossing from farm to farm The Weeping Willow a vibrant green shape cut in to a brilliant bluw sky, swaying gracefully in the wind along the water's edge.
A variety of beautifully carved images of The Weeping Willow can be found on the conspicous rows of the Welsh slate grave head stones, running along the wind swept hill top cemetery of the village of Y Gaiman, expressing and symbolizing the loss and the grief in death.
A perfect symbol for sharing a perfect moment of in the Gaiman.
The weeping willow is a strong image and a symbol o the life given to the land through the creation of the water irrigation system channels, devised and cut by the Welsh settlers to carry water