Saturday, December 22, 2007

Merry Christmas!

Today is the Winter solstice. The sun is at its lowest in the horizon and the days will be getting longer. All the more reaseon to wish you all:

Merry Christmas

and

A Happy New Year!


PS If you want to know how we say this in Norwegian, have a look here.

15 comments:

K M F said...

good shot

Salty said...

A snow capped rose; how beautiful.
Merry Christmas!
Salty

NYCindividual said...

Contrasts like these are always so beautiful!

dot said...

Beautiful!! Merry Christmas and a Happy New year to you and your family!

Neva said...

and Merry Christmas to you and yours!
The Inverness I live in was named from the Inverness in Scotland. If you are interested, here is a link. Thanks for the nice comments and the visits!

Bucefalo said...

Runee your photobook is magical.I visit your photo gallery, very intersting.
Thanks for visiting throughout this year, I wish you and your family Happy Holidays and a great and prosperous new year!
Livio.

DigitalShutterMania said...

Hi,Runee

Merry X-Mass and Happy New Year
Wishing You Happy and Prosperous New Year
My New Year card as follows: http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2249/2129832682_0e014a30ca_o.jpg
Cheers
DSM

Paulie said...

Your card turned out beautiful! Merry Christmas and a happy New Year to you also.

HildeS. said...

Have yourself a merry christmas.

photowannabe said...

Great shot of the snowy rose. I wish the very best to you in the coming year and a most Merry Christmas.

Dick said...

Merry Christmas and a happy New Year to you all. Nice photo.

Angie said...

Hi Runee,
Just wanted to wish you and yours a very happy Christmas and new year.

imac said...

Beautiful rose - with snow on.



Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and your family.

Also thanks for visiting my blog and your comments since ive been blogging.

Kerri said...

Lovely shot!

Merry Christmas!

I have enjoyed blogging with you this year....and I look forward to blogging with you in 2008 :)

Lilli & Nevada said...

Oh what a nice card with the snow on the rose.
That also means that we will be getting closer to spring.