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So pretty, but not something I'd ever expect at a cemetery.
Cute !!!The city made a lot of effort with the chrismas ornement, it is so pretty ! Thanks for this very festive sharing...
Beautiful and creative, your photos are delicious. I wish you a Merry Christmas and a New Year full of joy with your loved ones.
... at a cemetery? You're killing me! Ha!
Festive and beautiful!
Oh wow, that is bright and colourful!
There's enough lights to wake up the dead. Oh stop me! I like how you were able to bring out the star effect on each light in your header photo. I think a very small apeture does that, no?
I'd never expect this at a cemetery, but why shouldn't those resting enjoy the lights?
Quite surprising. Aren't they a bit too festive for a cemetery? I'm not quite sure the bottlecap mosaic Nativity counts as a mural. It's pretty small—only 3x5 feet.
And Groan! at Cloudia's comment! :D
Ha, the magyc of Christmas!Even more beautyful when reflected!
Great shot! I rode past these the other night on my way home.
Lovely to see this!Merry X-mas to you!
Great! There are a couple of big lighting displays around here, but I haven't been out to see them in a couple of years. This scene is first-rate.
Serene Merry Christmas and a happy New Year to you and your family a hug Elettra
Lovely view - noticed yesterday that the cost of holly wreaths had gone up from £3.95 to £5
This picture can´t be more Christmassy.
I can't tell you how jealous I am that you live close enough to visit that place regularly. I had no idea they did a Christmas display - on my list of must do's for sure.
A train full of gifts, what more could you ask for? ;-)
Really beautiful !!A Merry Christmas to you.
Wow. I love the idea of a lighted Christmas train traveling through a cemetery. This makes me want to drive up the road and see if there is anything to be found at our local cemetery.
My goodness, this is a cemetery?? It's hard to imagine anything more different to a Scottish cemetery!