Saturday, 6 December 2008

Cliftonville BIG Christmas event

Today's the day it started about half an hour ago and the photo taken in the summer is of a rainbow falling on Saint Pauls. My prayers today are that it stays dry and everyone has a good time there is certainly enough going on up there . I will put in an apperance some time to help those serving tea at church


  1. Good Morning Don, another beautiful photo and a great rainbow. Thanks for dropping by. The photo of the old sewing machine was one I took at a local historical home on a still working farm. When I saw it, it made me think of the trestle my grandmother had. I wish I had one now. Have a good day :)

    Denise in Northern Virginia (USA)

  2. Don: That is a neat capture with the rainbow perfectly placed. That town looks like some straight out of the 17th century.

  3. Shalom Don. Wow, what a welcome to your blog this post is!!
    I love the way you worded your comment on my star post just now. Amen.

  4. Hi Don I noticed a few of your comments had appeared on my blogs and have just had a chance to read your blog, keep up the good work. Do feel free to use any of the pictures of Thanet on my various websites, I am afraid they are a bit of a maze as I suppose you would expect from a secondhand bookseller, but there are a few thousand Thanet pictures from the 1700s to date if you delve a bit.

  5. What a lovely photo with the rainbow and all those wonderful buildings!


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