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Saturday, December 27, 2014

light and shadows on Christmas Day..

It was a warm Christmas Day on my Mornington Peninsula,
touched with the whisper of a sea breeze...
This is a view across Port Phillip Bay outside the Portsea Hotel  -
where we had a gorgeous Christmas lunch...

it was a warm day
a beautiful Christmas
to remember

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Rose (chubskulit)
Gemma Wiseman

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Jim said...

Good view

Paula Scott Molokai Girl Studio said...

Ah....doesn't that look balmy, warm and inviting? And here, we've just had our coldest night-it was 18 degrees when I went to bed last night. But, it could be worse, so I'm not complaining!
Happy New Year! I hope the three of you are willing and able to continue hosting SSS2-we shadows addicts would lose something very special if it weren't for your dedication.
Thank you!

colleen said...

Quite a different scene that what we have.

Kathe W. said...

freezing but sunny day here! Happy New Year!

Sara Chapman said...

So beautiful a scene. And may the light always be with you as well.

Chubby Chieque said...

Calmness is sign of an off season?

I love the way it is. No chaos. This time, the serinity rules.

Happy SSS2, folks...

Angie said...


Sara Chapman said...

The black and white scene are my shadows from Christmas Day. I like yours better!

Unknown said...

Great view especially for lunch on Christmas Day. And not a dirty dish to clean up. Wishing you a very happy new year Gemma.

Ruth Kelly said...

You had a lovely day for Christmas; we had snow almost all day and some stayed.

jp@A Green Ridge said...

It was warm here as the 50's and it simply warmed the spirit even more! A beautiful Christmas, it was!...:)JP

Christine said...

It looks warm and inviting there, Gemma. Unlike our cold, gray days of winter. Brrr.
Happy New Year!

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