Preparations for Christmas Eve is almost finished.
The first guests will be here at 4 PM. Frida is sleeping in the garden. I’m posting here to wish you all
A Merry Christmas!
Thanks for all your visits and comments through the year.
Yesterday was the day for the J.S.Bach concert. On my way I crossed Kgs.Nytorv. A handful of young Nisse girls happend to be there at the same time.
May your angels be with you.
Time for sending Christmas greetings for friends and family. I hope I’ll find time and inspiration for writing before Christmas. In 2010 I was busy with a showel and lots of snow.
Actually it was yesterday. The young girls marching with candlelight on their head and in the hands is a Swedish tradition. It is to emphasize that the light will soon be coming back.
The picture was shot from tv with my iPhone.
All Danish children knows about the fact, that Santa Claus (Julemanden) lives in Greenland. The main public Danish television channel DR1 is transmitting a series in 24 chapters these days about a team ( the nisse gang ) searching for Julemanden in Greenland. Maybe you can spot him here. My eyes are not that good.
A little search with Google Earth indicates that this glacier is located 63Â°49″N, 41Â°40″W.
Yesterday we were invited for GlÃ¶gg and ‘Ã¦bleskiver’. For safety reasons we took the bus and left the car at home. We were surprised when entering the bus for our home drive. Just look at the decorations. We’ve never seen anything like it. Merry Christmas and thanks to the driver on route ‘500S’.
Father Christmas – or Santa Claus, is on the door. “Julemanden” is a popular figure here.
My old friend Knud and his sweet wife Kirsten are celebrating their Golden Anniversary.
The days are short and the birds are having a hard time searching for food.
No inspiration – no photo.
I have an idea. Why don’t you go out and shoot a couple of photos yourself. Or find some materials and paint a nice picture. If you use the pc, you dont have to clean the brushes…
Christmas is time for treets. My wife gave me candy today. 🙂
In the candy is a small picture. It is the city arms of Copenhagen.
The tower in the middle is a symbol for Absalons castle. He was the founder of the city. The two small towers are the towers from the city wall. The waves symbolises Ã˜resund – the Sound between Denmark and Sweden.