Sunday, 23 December 2012

PICTURE THIS : CHRISTMAS by Belita

Yesterday, in the afternoon, I went out with the main purpose of trying to find something that might suit this week's challenge. I didn't want to post any photo from last Christmas. Obviously, I took several photos but these three I would like to share with you...

1. Red balls decoration

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2. Christmas on the seashore -It was amazing to me - All made of sand! It was bigger than you may think but I wanted to show you the scene in full. CHRISTMAS 2012

3. At a Christmas market CHRISTMAS 2012-

11 comments:

  1. the contrast in the top one is beautiful

    I can tell the village is big by comparing it to the dog, it must have taken quite awhile to create it

    what is he making in the last photo?

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  2. The red bauble are delightful. I did the same thing as dp in using the dog to get an idea of scale.

    The woman in the bottom picture really makes the shot.

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  3. These beautiful Christmas red ornament balls.
    Amazing arts created by sand!
    It must be something very delicious, according to that lady's craving eyes.

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  4. Christmas on the sea shore is so original and wonderful work, good capture. I had the same thought when posting, none of the old stuff from over the years, but I had to make a journey through my home. The christmas ball arrangement is very christmassy, and I wonder what the baker was makinng. Something delicious from Portugal certainly.

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  5. The china pot is Villeroy and Bosch.

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  6. Beautiful Christmas decorations.

    It sure is celebrated where we are.

    Making Christmas treats, surely.

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  7. Hi Belita!! Going out to find new Christmas shots was certainly worth it, you found some great ones!! Beautiful red decorations in the first shot, I love the multiple identical reflections. Fantastic Christmas sand-sculpture on the beach, That must have taken a LOT of work!! I wonder what tasty treat the man is making in the last shot??

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  8. That sand Christmas village is wonderful. Someone went to a lot of trouble. As always, all of your photos are great.

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  9. all very nice
    love the sea side picture lovely

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  10. Thanks all for the comments. That man was preparing some special sausages. Once again, I wish you all a Merry Christmas!

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  11. Beautiful shots as always Merry Christmas Belita;)

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