Monday, December 25, 2006

Carols by Candlelight

Christmas carol on Cathedral steps on Christmas Eve, an annual Nelson event that we had never been to until this year; we were a bit late but it was fabulous and Nelson Summer Festival is all go. Have a wonderful holiday season, everybody.

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28 comments:

  1. Ben, we miss so much by living out in the suburbs - we really MUST go to these events more often because they are so fun, and there are so many free dos that's soooooo spectacular.... So I won't say "I need to finish warping" or "Don't feel like it" any more, ok?

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  2. This looks great. We're now just about to go to the Children's Children Pageant with our grandkids at Unity-Unitarian Church on Holly. Ever been there Meg?

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  3. Great shot - have a good holiday!
    Paul

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  4. Ho! Ho! Ho! Merry Christmas. I'm loving watching all the Chrissy Day blogs as they come up.

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  5. Have a great Xmas Meg and Ben.

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  6. Oh Ben...this is such an enchanting shot! LOVE IT! Ya know, the holidays are all about loved ones...family & friends gathering to share with each other...this is the perfect "town love" shot! Merry Christmas again! And you & Meg better drag yourselves down there NEXT year! LOL! ;-)

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  7. Nice shot. Merry Christmas. You might want to correct the spellings for candle :)

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  8. "Noël est là,
    Ce joyeux Noël, des cadeaux plein les bras,
    Qui réchauffe nos coeurs et apporte la joie,
    Jour des plus beaux souvenirs,
    Plus beau jour de l'année."
    Washington Irving

    JOYEUX NOEL D'EVRY


    “Christmas is there,
    This Merry Christmas, gifts full arms,
    Who heats our hearts and brings the joy,
    Day of the most beautiful memories,
    More beautiful day of the year."
    Washington Irving

    MERRY CHRISTMAS OF EVRY

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  9. That;s a great shot out in the dark! Vrolijk Kerstmis to you too!

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  10. so many people! have a great holiday!

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  11. I wish you a merry Christmas too.

    This shot is really nice. I am still a little bit confused when I have a look at people's garments. You are in the South hemisphere. I should keep it in mind ... Happy Summer holidays !

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  12. Merry Christmas for you in New Zealand! I just heard on the radio about the Christmas on New Zealand...its so so unique to me:)

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  13. Merry Christmas, Have a great New Year. Looking forward to more great photos to view.

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  14. a nice moment for everybody ^.^

    MERRY CHRISTMAS MEG

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  15. Guess you are into Boxing Day down there now, while we're just waiting for the Queen's speech!

    A Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and yours from Hyde.

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  16. dentonharryman12/26/2006 5:11 am

    Your photo today is very special in that it shows a tradition which involves family, friends, and community.

    Merry Christmas Meg and Ben. Thank you for all your wonderful photos this year and I look forward to seeing more in 2007.

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  17. Nice photo, outstanding. I'll be back.

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  18. Funny how "there is always next year". Best to start now, as you never know. Merry Christmas from your friends in Delta.

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  19. Thank you very much everyone.

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  20. what a great athmosphere.
    i wish you both happy holidays.
    all the best.

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  21. Merry Christmas, Buon Natale!

    www.novaradailyphoto.blogspot.com

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  22. Your Christmas is already over so I can't wish you Merry Christmas... though we still have a few hours to go, here! But this is a wonderful photograph!

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  23. Thanks!!!
    Certainly, we did enjoy that night.

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  24. Merry Christmas from Albuquerque Daily Photo!

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  25. A very Blessed Christmas to you too!

    Greetings from Singapore!

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  26. Thank you, Helen and Keropok Man.
    I wish very happy holiday season for all of you who visited here.

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  27. A wonderful photo of what appears to be a very nice tradition!
    Happy holidays from your friends in Minneapolis!

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