Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Back in West Hartford


Connecticut always feels more Christmas-y than Florida.
Even without snow on the ground.
Here through New Year.

15 comments:

Birdman said...

Ya think!
Welcome home.
I do like this image of the season.

Luis Gomez said...

So true!

Karl Demetz said...

That's a magical atmosphere, Jack !

Sharon Anck said...

That photo looks like Christmas for sure! Enjoy your holidays!

José Mendonça said...

Love that sky! Happy Christmas, Jack.

Lowell said...

You can't go home again but you seem to do it all the time! You associate Xmas with Connecticut 'cause that's where you lived so long and you didn't know any better, that Xmas can be even more fun on a warm beach sipping a mojito where Santa is about 18, blonde, female and wearing a bikini!

Sylvia K said...

I do agree with you!! But wherever you celebrate Christmas and welcome the New Year, may they be the very best ever!! ENJOY!!

Mersad said...

Enjoy your time in Connecticut.

Mersad
Mersad Donko Photography

Halcyon said...

I love the lights. More and more people in Berlin are decorating for the holidays these days. (Not my MiL though... she says the red star we bought her makes her house look like something from the red light district. :S)

RedPat said...

Welcome back to the north, Jack! I certainly don't miss the snow.

cieldequimper said...

Hmmmm. I have a hard time with Christmas in sandals drinking cocktails under palm trees. Really, I do.

Forgot to say that your nutcracker collection is impressive. I'm more into Erzgebirge angels (orchestra) and smokers... :-)

Randy said...

So beautiful.

Joan Perry said...

Stay warm and have a Merry Christmas! Thanks for all the lovely photos this year.

jennyfreckles said...

Didn't realise you were flying north again, snowbird. But I can see that a cold Christmas feels more Christmassy than a warm one.

William Kendall said...

Such a beautiful shot, Jack!