And before the festive season is over I bring you the Christmas Harbour lights of Mousehole.
baubles, pudding and present
trees and church
rocking horse and christmas tree
the “Mowzel” cat
stargazy pie, snowman and stocking
And did anyone spot the champagne being poured?
My favourite is the spouting whale!
Very nice, Jude.
(My eye aren’t good enough for the champagne, I suspect…)
Best wishes, Pete. x
On the wall in the last photo Pete. There is a sea monster too, but we didn’t see that one lit up.
Oh, what fun…and yes, I saw the champagne!
I missed catching it once poured – tiny sparkles appear above the glass!
Oh, shame! Challenge for next year, then!
Given the amount of traffic I think this may be a one hit wonder for me!
Oh, yes, of course!
Beautiful! I just re-read the Mousehole Cat–a special tiny town!
A lovely book – one I bought for my grandchildren years ago. Must buy more copies for the newest ones!
I had to go back 3 times before I caught the champagne 🙂
… I’m still smiling over the name *Mousehole*. England really does have some very odd names 😉
I’m so dippy, I was looking for people popping champagne!
Well that is possible!
How far are you from Mousehole, Jude? 🙂 Did you see Jaspa’s post last week? I thought then that it looked lovely. Thank you for ‘illuminating’ me 🙂 🙂
I don’t follow Jaspa though I do look in now and then. I guess we are about 15 minutes drive away from Mousehole. How’s it in the Algarve then? Sunny? We had stunning blue skies today and yesterday and my first frost since moving here this morning! I think I may have lost some of my succulents 😦
14km walk of too many ups and downs and a blister, but I’m taking it easy at a fish restaurant with Becky tomorrow. To be fair, there was a lovely meal today too, and very nice company. Wet overnight and cloudy early on but it was 19C by the time we came back down from the hills. 🙂
Enjoy the fish and say hi to Becky from me 🙂
You’re a brave woman, tackling lights. I’m hoping ours hang around long enough for me to get the hang of snapping them. I’ve made a few forays, and got a few clues by failure rather than technical know-how. That first one with reflections is a real beauty.
I use a very fast prime lens to shoot lights and indoors. Seems to work well, other than I have to zoom with my feet which isn’t possible in a harbour!
You night colourshots are very beautiful, Jude. Didn’t you use a tripod?
I never use a tripod Dina. I really ought to try using one some times, it would have been tricky here as it was quite crowded. I do have a reasonably fast prime lens which works fairly well hand-held.
Such amazing photos and place ! I would like to be there 🙂
I invite to my Christmas posts. F. ex. Christmas in Madrid:
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