Tis the season – a photographic blogging challenge

End of December and the end of 2016 – how did that happen? It’s time for the photographic blogging challenge where P.J at A ‘lil Hoohaa posts a theme and we choose five photos to represent it. December’s theme is ’tis the season’ which I found relatively easy being a bit of a Christmas lover.
Here are my five photos:
1. Tis the season for santa to appear all over the place in various shapes and sizes, with and without lights.

2. Tis the season to go for walks along the beach at sunset whilst wearing multiple layers to keep warm.

3. Tis the season for shops to try and sell huge reindeers for hundreds of pounds – I always wonder what sort of people buy these, and where they store them for the rest of the year.

4. Tis the season for people to have all sorts of cute decorations on their front lawns which during the rest of the year would be considered garish and tacky.

5. Tis the season for bakeries to sell cakes that look like snowmen, santas, Christmas trees, and any other Christmas themed shapes you can think of.

Before you go, make sure you pop over to P.J’s blog to see what my fellow bloggers have come up with for their five photos that represent this month’s theme – click HERE to visit.

Until next time, be good, stay safe, and have a wonderful 2017.

Pamela & Ken

14 thoughts on “Tis the season – a photographic blogging challenge

  1. Hard to believe that Christmas is over already. It always comes up so fast and is gone in a flash. I always get a bit depressed after the holiday… :(Thanks for posting the pics. Helps to keep me in the spirit!Happy New Year!Michele at Angels Bark


  2. Great job!I love the 1st shot of Santa.I don't decorate much for Christmas, so I wonder the same thing as you when it comes to storage.Great job!


  3. Happy New Year Tamara. I think people in the UK are either all or nothing when it comes to decorating, and then there's the people that go a bit overboard as well, and could power a small town with the amount of electricity they use.


  4. Hi Pamela and Happy New Year! Every time I'm tempted to buy a life-sized deer or pre-lit trees for the front porch or some kind of penguin inflatable I – like you- wonder where we would put it for the rest of the year. So far, that's been enough to stop me from doing more than hanging a beautiful wreath on the front door and making sure our Christmas tree is visible through the window. Thanks for including the beach photograph. Even on Christmas Day, with the turkey roasting in the oven, I had to get out for a short walk. Even a tiny dose of Vitamin N(ature) each day makes a big difference to my state of mind. And the exercise doesn't hurt either – especially with all the seasonal baking around!


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