Choosing an image for the final day of this, my second advent calender, was just as challenging as it was the first time around.
In 2011 I went traditional, with a selection of Italian Renaissance images of the family who started it all ...(Click Here)
This year after much toing and froing I settled on a range of paintings that show how different families through the ages have chosen to celebrate this special day.
Christmas Time or The Blodgett Family 1864 Johnson Eastman
Every family has it's own traditions and there is no right or wrong way
to 'do Christmas', you just have to do what makes you and those around
you happy. So whether you are feeding the 5000 tomorrow, having a small
family gathering, partying it up with friends or just pretending the
whole thing isn't happening I wish you a truly Merry Christmas (or just a
regular old day).
Monday, 23 December 2013
Visitation of the Magi Beryl Dean Tapestry St George's Chapel Windsor 1969-1974
I can't quite believe that today is the penultimate day of advent but this time of year always flys by. Take a look back through some of the advent images so far, I would love to know your favourites.