`She lived fully, my fox, and I envied her with all my heart. I wanted to dance with her, sister or lover, across the snow-clad vastness of this land. Together, we'd create the Northern Lights. For that is what foxes do racing over the fells, whipping up the snow with their tails, the friction of it sending up sparks into the midnight sky. This is what makes the aurora's glow. Revontulet, we call it: foxfire.' - Sharon Blackie
I love this. How foxes create the aurora just captured my imagination. It made sense to use labradorite in this piece as, in some cultures, it is believed that the stone has the aurora captured within.
This is a piece full of movement, the textured silver fox running and leaping over a single piece of faceted labradorite with the aurora inside it.