Todd and I went to the 25th Historic Christmas Festival and Horse Drawn Carriage Parade last night in the local town of Lebanon. The city was lit up and ready to celebrate the season. It was cold but all were warmed with hot chocolate and some good holiday cheer.
I absolutely love “Light of my World” and “Warm and Inviting”. You should make a Christmas Calendar and market it to local book stores. That would be cool. I wish you could come to Kennesaw, GA (right outside of Atlanta), take all kinds of fantastic pictures, and make a calendar. I’d buy everything. I’d love to have my office filled with Atlanta pictures taken by my favorite photographer. 🙂
Thanks! Very kind of you. I lived in Atlanta for about 2 months when I trained at Delta, in my old life, at flight attendant training. Nice place. And of course, I used to fly through there all the time. I’ll have to stop down there and take some photos of Olympic Park, Stone Mountain, and all the peach streets/ave/roads. 🙂
That town always seems so pretty to me, even tho it’s been a while since I’ve been there.
It’s a nice place. 🙂 Come on back.
Beautiful setting indeed.
Absolutely lovely! 🙂
You are welcome.
Wow! A real Wonderland!
Indeed. A real cold one last night. 🙂 My fingers were freezing off.
Awesome Christmas photos!! Brrrr who wants ice cream when it’s old outside! Brrrrrr! Hugz Lisa and Bear
Yeah, we had some hot chocolate. Have to get our sugar in somehow. 🙂
Seth, you put me in Christmas mood now – not a fan of Christmas as such, but I love the lights, the warmth … the decorations … the snow … Thanks for taking me for a walk in a winter wonderland. *smile
Anytime! Thanks Viveka.
Looks like a Dickens Christmas scene!
This is fairyland to me who lives in Oz with hot dry Christmas’s. Beautiful.
Yes but last night I wanted a bit of OZ warmth. It was freezing!
I will cyber send some sun if you send me a few snowflakes 🙂
I love these christmas images! Thank you. 🙂
Thanks so much!
Beautiful. Ideal Americana.
Thank you Ellen.
Thanks so much!
Really charming setting and your wonderful clear shots make it a great way to get into the Christmas spirit. Love the pic labeled Warm and Inviting!
Thanks Rusha. That is looking into the Golden Lamb, the famous spot of the town.
Lovely place, great perspective, beautifully shot lights. I really enjoyed seeing them. It’s very different to Christmas here 🙂
There is something to be said for a warm Christmas. Too bad one can’t have both a warm and snowy Christmas. 🙂
True. As fond of playing backyard cricket after Christmas lunch as I am, I might have to do a family holiday one day to experience a snowy, cold Christmas 🙂
Looks like a wonderland. 🙂
Love your perfect “Christmas Card” photos, Seth!! Everything looked so bright and festive…the photos made me feel refreshingly chilly…even in our 85 degree temperatures here in FL!!!
Yeah, it was so sold last night. It’s actually warmed up a bit.
These are some wonderfully magical pictures. I could paint myself into one of them. Very winter wonderlandesque!
Please do! Better yet, come join us!
I’ll look it astral projections! 😀
Looks like a beautiful Christmas. Unfortunately here in Australia it’s always so hot and even if we’ve never had a “white” Christmas it just never seems like Christmas.
Yeah, it’s amazing how we all have different weather for Christmas. Hot sounds good, though, about right now.
I love them all! I love how it looks like time stood still from the 50’s. I keep thinking that Jimmy Steward it going to peak around one of those corners. Great “Americana” – Great holiday feel. Thanks for sharing.
“Merry Christmas, you ole Savings and Loan.”
Perfect 😄. Merry Christmas to you and yours as well. 🌲
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