It has been an interesting week. I have nearly done all the images for the City of Melbourne, just a few left, and it is almost time for me to start thinking about Christmas here, what to get my girls and husband for Christmas. So tough. However, today is not about me, it is about other people and I have been sent emails with links and have some Christmas photos for you from other people.
Mary from Sublime Days sent me a link to some photos she posted last Christmas. This is what she said to me, “last year while I was living in the city of Lowell it was so gorgeous to my eye during Christmas time that I wanted to capture it exactly as I saw it. The photos that I sent to you are the ones I thought really did capture it.”
Then I received an email from Thomas at THETOMPOSTPILE and he wrote,
“Thanks so much for your faithful blogging. Your energy and persistence (and skill and beautiful work) are inspirational. I have taken your comment about “only one person sent pictures” to heart, and hereby send you some Christmas photos from my part of the world, in this case, Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard.”
Robert from FINISTERRE also sent me a link to his blog and some of hit Christmas photos. His were a little different, it was Christmas in the office, which is often fun. Not something I get to do because I work from home, I suppose I could have a party on my own.
Then I received an email from Dani at Henry Arthur Photography with some more Christmas photos, these ones had snow.
I also received an email from Laura from LAURA MACKY who inspired me to write the post about taking night photos, I knew she was about to go and get some and I have to say I think she did a great job.
I had to include some Christmas photos from one of my oldest blogging friends, Marie from My Little Corner of Rhode Island. We have been following one another almost from the time I started blogging, and I have enjoyed our friendship ever since. So here are some of her photos.
Then when I got up this morning I found an email from Ingrid with a link to her blog, Road Tripping Europe and some of the photos she had taken at a Christmas market in Brussels.
It is so nice to see Christmas from around the world and how people celebrate it. I haven’t said where all these people are from, but you can go to their blogs and find out for yourself.
The weather is starting to heat up here, we are expecting 40°C on Thursday, so no summer at all, then it hits us suddenly, not really good. Though with the weather warming up, I am hoping I can get out more and take lots more summer Christmas photos for you.
There is one more Monday before Christmas, so if you have some photos, please, please send me an email, my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org, I would love to show more images next Monday.