With the winter solstice, and these festive images, I want to thank you all for another year of sharing thoughts and musings! I am so happy and grateful that we have met and keep meeting here on WP. I hope to see you soon again…keep blogging!
Come join me on a Tivoli walk – and get some Christmas feeling!
They have everything here, theatre, music and dancing…
Play of water to Wiener music…
Nice people, good food and warm drinks…
And some Christmas trees!
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I just took a trip down my Danish memory lane and let me say it was delightful. I am sorry we didn’t get to meet that year in person – I think it was 2011? Even so, it is lovely that we have our blogs with which to keep in touch. It is also heart-warming to see so many mutual bloggers in your list of comments. It is a community of integrity, something that seesm to be fast disappearing in the world. I always pop over to your blog for my fix of Swedish scenery but don’t always comment as wordpress makes it difficult on my phone. Have a wonderful year ahead, Ann C!
I do wish you the same – and you know, how much I have been thinking of that missed out moment! Maybe someday you will return to us up north!
Special photos .. just beautiful!
Ann-Christine, every single one of the images that you’ve taken over this year is just stunning. According to me, each and every one of them was outstanding.
Why, thank you kindly for such praise! ❤
What a gorgeous display, AC! Copenhagen is a place I should visit during the holidays. Just wonderful light displays. The pagoda and the water jets were amazing. So lovely. I am sure it’s beautiful in Stockholm, too. All the best to you and your family in the new year! I hope you have a happy, healthy and satisfying one. Give the newest little one a hug for me. 😀😀 I am imagining you knit more caps and mittens for Christmas!
Thank you, dear Patti- the same to you! I guess every city where there is peace and families can be together – is a place of beauty. And knitting I am…😉
Wow, what gorgeous displays, Ann-Christine!
These are a delight! Thank you and Merry Christmas!
Thank you and the same to you!
Extraordinary!! Beautifully captured. Thank you for the pos, AC!
Merry Christmas to you and yours!
And to you! 💝
That all looks absolutely lovely! I hope you have a wonderful Christmas, and I wish you a happy and peaceful 2023.
Thank you, to you as well!
What wonderfully festive images. Yes, with you and your great team of Lens-Artists, we’ve no excuse not to keep blogging 😉 Happy Christmas to you and your family.
Happy Christmas, Margaret! Thank you for your kind words.
Happy Holidays and a Happy/Healthy 2023!
To you as well!
Same to you and your loved ones 🎁🌹🎄💕
Lovely Christmas decorations. Happy Holidays, Ann-Christine!
Happy Holidays, Steve!
What Mabel said! Your photography is pure joy.
Beautiful Christmas photos, Ann-Christine. Looks so festive. I am also so glad we have met on here. Blogging is such a wonderful thing. I have enjoyed your photos once again this year. You really are an amazing photographer. Keep up the good work. Wishing you a wonderful season and year ahead 😊
Thank you so much – and I send you the same wishes, Mabel!
Thanks, darlin! Fabulous photos. I would love to visit Copenhagen at Christmas time. Maybe one day my fairy godmother will make it happen. Meanwhile, warm hugs and happy thoughts come your way.
Warm hugs to you too, Jo! Hope your fairy godmother is reading you!
Thank for these wonderful Christmas impressions.
Beautiful Christmas lights. Have a happy Christmas, Ann-Christine!
You too! Happy Christmas!
Merry Xmas and a wonderful 2023 to you too AC
You too, Chris!
thank you AC
Happy holiday season and a wonderful new year!
The same to you, thank you!
So beautiful!! Merry Christmas! Happy Holidays! Blessings for 2023!! 😊
Wishing you the same, thank you, Lisa!
Happy Holidays & Christmas Cheer 🌟
Your photos are filled with Christmas wonder
Thanks and happy new year
And the same to you a thousand-fold ! That said > ‘Wonderful, wonderful Copenhagen, salty old Queen by the sea’ (huh, quoting correctly ?) There is magic in the old town !! My daughters were 6 and 8 when we first took them to Europe for six weeks travelling to many places . . . at the end, tears in eyes, that was the place to which they wanted to return . . . . we did many times whilst they were growing up . . . children ‘know’ . . . hugs
Hugs to you and sweet memories, Eha!
Beautiful photos 🙂