Christmas Spirit


Christmas from the Cathedral at St AsaphI’m starting to get in the Christmas Spirit and yesterday I went back to the cathedral to photograph the tree, which I’m going to use as the desktop background for my computer.

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In the meantime I’d like to take this early opportunity to wish everyone “A Merry Christmas” and more importantly “A Healthy and Happy New Year”

Mike

 

13 thoughts on “Christmas Spirit

  1. Andrew December 14, 2013 / 12:44

    The wishes are warmly reciprocated, Mike and thank you for all the splendid photographs you have shared this year.

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  2. petspeopleandlife December 14, 2013 / 15:53

    Such a beautiful tree in a beautiful setting. Impressive. And happy holidays to you too.

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    • Mike Hardisty December 15, 2013 / 18:23

      Hello Yvonne, the cathedral is one of my favourite places to photograph. It’s always peaceful and quiet and sometimes when I visit I spend hours there just looking at the architecture http://about.me/mikehardisty

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  3. Cris December 14, 2013 / 21:19

    Nice pic. Must cost a fortune to heat that place.🙂

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  4. Richard December 15, 2013 / 09:35

    Excellent work Mike. Looking through your year it’s amazing how we didn’t bump into each other. Have a great Christmas and a Happy new Year. Richard

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  5. Tina Schell December 16, 2013 / 03:59

    Beautiful Mike – you’ve certainly done a wonderful job with this cathedral these past few weeks!

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