Sunday, 21 December 2008

Chanuka

 
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I got this from Patty Lincoln.Happy Chanuka to all our Jewish bloggers!! Chanuka begins Sunday evening at sundown, that's now here in Holland, and lasts for the next eight days,
I took this photo just ten minutes ago!

14 comments:

Arija said...

Lovely sunset. As yours sets, ours is about to rise.

Barbara Martin said...

Beautiful sunset, and soon a restful evening.

Dina said...

We did indeed light the first Chanuka candle tonight. Thanks for sharing in the holiday, Wil.

Janice Thomson said...

What a beautiful shot!

The Weaver of Grass said...

Lovely serene sunset reader wil. Happy Hanuka - I join in that to everyone. Thank you for answering my query. Best wishes for Christmas too.

Lilly said...

Great view!

Darla said...

What a gorgeous photo and nice of the florist to let you take photos for your post.

Tootie said...

Really beautiful!

You asked on my Camera Critters Blog how we got Lexie to pose for that photo and that you would like to see the out takes. I put a slideshow on my Lazy Days Blog at http://sanibeltoots.blogspot.com , showing all the photos we took just to get a couple of good ones. If interested you can take a peek.

Have a wonderful Christmas!
Tootie

Jeanette said...

Gday Wil. Happy Chanuka to all.
Beautiful sunset love the colours that the sunset creates..

A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU AND YOURS..

~PakKaramu~ said...

Hello

Happy chrismas to you and family

Middle Ditch said...

Your blog is very festive. A pleasure for the eye.

I unexpectedly read that you are a facebook user. I must look you up or perhaps you could find me, Monique Caddy.

Anyway, I wish you a very happy Christmas and a real good new year.

Wren said...

What a lovely photo, and perfect for the holiday season. Thank you for the Hanukah wishes, and best wishes to you in return. Have a wonderful year in 2009.

babooshka said...

It's such a beautiful powerful sunset for the special day in the Jewish calender.

Glennis said...

Beautiful Sunset, such pretty colours.
Nice to hear you have stayed in my small town of Picton, the holiday Blue Anchor is about 100 yards up the road from our new home!