A Frenchie with German blood who likes to travel.
Christmas or not, this is a wonderful image with great colors and a perfect composition! Even the falling snow adds some charm to it...
Such wonderful ornaments!
I actually have family there. I sure hope we get the opportunity to travel there someday. I love blue ornaments. Probably my favorite color.
je suis allee samedi au marcher de noel de Metz et j en ais vu de semblable c est tres joli ;O)pour repondre a ta question,oui mon sapin est deja fait,mm depuis le 4 car ici au Luxembourg,st nicolas qui se fete le 6 est tres important,comme le pere noel,soit sapin obligatoire avant...mais bon comme s en est un en pot,il faut juste le rentre de sur la terrasse ;O)bonne semaine
Bonjour sweet Ciel!These decorations are so wonderful! I also saw some beautiful balls yesterday at the "Marché de Noel" here in Luxembourg.***The lady was showing in her tend how to do this beautiful work.I'm so impressed because I didn't know it!But your picture really shows an artwork much more fabulous!Ahh and guess what my friend?!!! I cried like a baby yesterday! We had some snow and it was sooo magical, I'm enchanted ,as in Brazil it's not common you can imagine my happiness!:)Also Saturday we went to visit the "Marché de Noel" in Trier, because all people here say it's famous there.In fact it's cool and beautiful, but nothing compares to your pictures from Bremen ( Marché de Noel ) and I'm so curious about there!I'm trying to manage the "time"to get there in time!Have a great week! :)hugsLéia
So gorgeous! I just want to touch them!
This is a superb photo, Ciel! As I think I've said before, I'm in awe of German Christmas decorations!
i was in denial that Christmas was soon - but no longer :))
Wow, beautiful image! So cool that they all have snow, and many are blue.
I think they really know how to "do" Christmas in Germany. Beautiful photo!!!
Really, really nice!
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