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
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May the sunlight and shadows always be with you!
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.
Quite a different scene that what we have.
freezing but sunny day here! Happy New Year!
So beautiful a scene. And may the light always be with you as well.
Calmness is sign of an off season?
I love the way it is. No chaos. This time, the serinity rules.
Happy SSS2, folks...
The black and white scene are my shadows from Christmas Day. I like yours better!
Great view especially for lunch on Christmas Day. And not a dirty dish to clean up. Wishing you a very happy new year Gemma.
You had a lovely day for Christmas; we had snow almost all day and some stayed.
It was warm here as well...in the 50's and it simply warmed the spirit even more! A beautiful Christmas, it was!...:)JP
It looks warm and inviting there, Gemma. Unlike our cold, gray days of winter. Brrr.
Happy New Year!
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