Perhaps the bells of Mykonos can also serve as bells of Christmas. Best wishes to all Panoramio friends. May the joy and peace of the season remain with you throughout the new year.
Merry Christmas and all the best for Next Year!
How are the Holidays going,Marilyn?I have eaten too much,I'm thinking on a diet beginning on the 2nd of January.Ciao Daniela
Our holidays went very well, and now we're back home. As we've done for a number of years, we made the six hour drive to spend Christmas with our two sons and their wives in the Ottawa area. I shouldn't wait until Jan. 2nd for the diet! Cheers, Marilyn
Very beautiful, those Greek colours, you must have liked it very much in Greece, Marilyn, since you like all shades of blue. I think too, that this photo represents very much the…
…Clean, fresh, innocent, hopeful!
I wish you and your loved ones all the best and good health for 2008! :)
Thank you, May. One clue about how I liked it in Greece is that not only did have this but I have a number of other blue and white shots on my computer but not posted on Panoramio!
And I like very much your New Year interpretation. I wish the very best to you for 2008.
Greetings Marilyn, Thanks for the visit, comments and well wishes for the year. What a nice way to ring in the new year. Happy New Year to you and your loved ones.
Thanks, Rich. I hope you're still practicing for the big night! Cheers, Marilyn
Happy New Year, Marilyn -- let those bells ring out! I've enjoyed your photos this year, and looking forward to seeing more in 2008. (Love your photos of Greece ... we spent our honeymoon there and were in Mykonos for a few days.)
That would have been a wonderful place for a honeymoon, Nawitka. It took us 39 years of marriage to get there! May 2008 be filled with health, happiness, and the opportunity to take and share many more beautiful photos!
I have a lot of photos to see from you, this one is just simple and great!
Thanks, Alex. I do think the church bells of Greece make wonderful photographic subjects!
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Photo taken in Mikonos, Greece
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