The last advent calendar photo. It’s been fun creating different images and I’m relieved I made it to the end! I hope you’ve enjoyed it. So for those that celebrate I wish you a merry Christmas with the largest decorated tree at Crediton Christmas tree festival
Yay, it’s winter solstice, the shortest day meaning from tomorrow onwards we’ll get more daylight. Definitely worth celebrating with this image of wine glass reflections!
Just one week to go now, so here’s some robins doing a happy dance! Holly Robin Dance Ceramic Ornament by AnnabelsAbstract
A cheery photo for today’s advent calendar to brighten up a winters day! This Bougainvillea photo was taken in Spain in sunny and warmer times.
I’m fairly sure Hebes are not Christmas flowers in the UK but these are still flowering, on the north side of the house too! Bees love them but are nowhere to be seen in this cold weather, sensibly sheltering in their nest or hive I suspect.
Today’s advent calendar photo is my favourite local seaside town, Exmouth.
Advent calendar December 13th, unlucky number for some but my begonia are still withstanding the cold temperatures and continue to flower. The mild autumn seems to have given them strength!
December 12th advent calendar is for the coldest night of the year so far in the UK, an abstract chilly scene of Exeter Quay!
With much of the UK covered in snow I decided to have it snowing on my latest cat vase glass painting. We don’t have any snow in Exeter so this is today’s advent calendar picture. It was quite hard to photograph, so you have to look closely to see the snow but I think I’ve …
Two weeks today will be Christmas eve, so for today’s advent calendar thought I’d share some Christmas trees. These are at Crediton church tree festival in Devon. It’s well worth a visit with an amazing 72 trees decorated by local groups. Held for a few days each year it ends today.