Christmas eve is of course the last advent calendar photo. It’s been fun and glad I made it to the end! I hope you’ve enjoyed it. So for those that celebrate I wish you a merry Christmas with a photograph from inside Buckfast Abbey.
Blog posts related to the holidays or seasons eg. Spring, Autumn
Christmas trees in Exeter plus info on wordpress comments issue
Yay, it’s winter solstice, with the 21st December being the shortest day. This means from tomorrow onwards we’ll get more daylight. Festive lights of course do brighten up our dark evenings. I rather like this reindeer in Exeter town centre, today’s advent calendar photo. I’m extending my book giveaway to next Saturday, as I seem …
Just one week to go now until Christmas, so here’s some robins doing a happy dance! Holly Robin Dance Ceramic Ornament by AnnabelsAbstract
I’m fairly sure Hebes are not Christmas flowers in the UK but these were still flowering in December 2017, on the north side of the house too! Not this year, so back to normal but just shows how topsy turvey the weather can be effecting nature. Bees love them but are nowhere to be seen …
A cheery tree photo for today’s 16th December advent calendar. Hopefully it will brighten up your winters day! Giveaway I haven’t done a giveaway for a long time, so this week I’m giving away signed copies of two of my picture poetry books. Learn how light works and the water cycle in an entertaining way …
Today’s advent calendar photo is my favourite local seaside town, Exmouth in Devon. Oh I do like to be beside the seaside!
Advent calendar December 13th, unlucky number for some but I hope these fairy lights bring luck. Lights certainly cheer a place up, especially in the depths of winter!
December 12th advent calendar is an abstract winter scene of a chilly Exeter Quay. I enjoy playing around with photo editing software and this is one of those creations!
Today’s advent calendar picture features a snow painting. We don’t often have snow in Southern England but of course it is frequently depicted in Christmas scenes. That is down to the Victorians it seems, as they were in a mini ice age. I found this interesting article that explains more about the tradition.