It's the Most Wondiest Time of the Year

I'm dishin' out the photos without any narrative for now. Maybe you prefer it that way? You better not. It's late here and I'm tired, but I wanted to get these up because CHRISTMAS IS SO PRETTY IN GRAZ! Come along for the ride...

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I don't want it to end.

Frohe Weihnachten!

{Photos by me...I got frostbite on my button pushing finger for you! It was lightly snowing the whole time.}

10 comments:

Jason said...

Well said!

Erin said...

An ice sculpture nativity scene?? beautiful!

Nocturnal Queen said...

Beautiful!

Courtney said...

That is really gorgeous! Enjoy your holidays.

Carol said...

I loved the photos, but I love your commentary, too! Will you get home for any of Christmas?

amberrais said...

I LOVE THESE PHOTOS! These make me want to brave the cold and go walk around town right now. May I steal some pics for x-mas cards? :) And I miss your commentary. You make me laugh.

Kimberly said...

Keep sending those pics and you will probably have more guests than you can imagine for next Christmas! And I love the Mark Twain quote!

amberrais said...

Okay, I keep looking at these and thinking, "We actually LIVE here!" Sometimes I really love this town. Beautiful work Carolyn.

:: Gina :: said...

so magical!

VictoriaArt said...

St. Nikolaus is Santa's helper and goes around December 6Th to find good and bad children. In the olden days he would bring the good ones some candy and apples in your boots, the others would get a branch with coal on it, as punishment.
For Christmas, depending on the region Christkindl(Christchild) or Weihnachtsmann (Santa Claus)shows up!
That at least in Germany! Austria may have even more and different traditions!

Easy peasy....

XX
Victoria

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