Welcome to week 353 (12/14/2017) of Travel Photo Thursday and our last link-up for 2017. We’ll see you all again on January 4, 2018. Wherever you may be and whatever holiday you may be celebrating we wish you the best of the season. MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR.
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Most of my holidays over the past 17 years have been spent in warmer climates or (quite often) on airplanes. There have almost always been beautiful Christmas decorations.
Outside the Emporium in Bangkok
Hong Kong knows how “to do” Christmas. This was way back in 2003.
Hua Hin, Thailand
Christmas shop in the market in Daejeon, Korea. This took me totally by surprise!
Let’s fast forward to 2017 and Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia (my new home).
Beautiful handmade wreaths available at the winter farmers market.
The annual tree lighting in Annapolis Royal.
This was taken at the Canadian Tire store in Halifax. It wouldn’t be a Christmas without a deer or moose 🙂
Santa is currently perched across the street from my home. Until I took this photo I thought this was Dr. Seuss 🙂
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