Christmas in Australia.
It’s two days before Christmas. I went for a long walk this morning because my tutoring has ended for the year and I’m having what we might call a day off. Here are some photos of Christmas in Australia, now, this morning.
Plum trees look like Christmas trees:
Ducklings born in spring are not brave enough to leave their parents yet. They’re sticking with their duck families around the wetlands.
Some people drive around with reindeer antlers sticking out of their windows.
Now that school has finished for the year and the summer holidays have begun, lots of children and even a few adults who have the Christmas week off (it’s a slow period if you’re not in retail or hospitality) go to the local pool to play in the sun. This morning some children in this pool were having swimming lessons now they’re free from school lessons!
This guy was freely entertaining shoppers and holidaying children with his bubble gadget. No charge, no catch. He wasn’t selling them. Fantastic!
Merry Christmas everyone. Thank you to each and every one of you who have read my writing this year. I’m VERY grateful!
Thanks WordPress for prompting me to think about Now.