Merry Christmas from the Photo Morsels blog

A Christmas Eve early Christmas morning post to wish all Photo Morsels followers and readers a Merry Christmas and a happy,  prosperous new year.

Amazing, here we are, Photo Morsels coming into its first Christmas.  Where did the year go?  This blogging caper is surprisingly time intensive, but I’m enjoying the publishing and sharing of a little of the world I see around me. And learning a lot from the research that goes into gathering background information on posted images.  The exploring of other bloggers’ sites is also something I hadn’t thought about when I first started out with Photo Morsels, but has led to many interesting reads. So thank you to my readers for visiting and thank you also to other bloggers out there for your contributions during the year.

I was a little quiet on the blogging front during December, with too much going on in the real world in the lead-up to Christmas and the start of the Australian summer holidays. I’ve plenty of images and topics ready to share and hopefully a few quiet days over the summer holidays will see the posts roll out.

For now, a handful of Adelaide Christmas scenes…

Adelaide Christmas Lights 001

A now 50+ years Christmas tradition for Adelaide is the Christmas Lights display on the banks of the River Torrens down by the West End Brewery.

Christmas Lights 005

Adelaide Christmas Lights 002

Adelaide Christmas Lights 003

And slowing down the previous image a little…

Adelaide Christmas Lights 004

… a ferris wheel is revealed!

Thank you for visiting Photo Morsels and I hope to see you back in 2014.

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