It is warm here this year, warm enough that people have their doors and windows open well after dark. Walking the dog I am offered glimpses of decorated Christmas trees and people sitting down to dinner, other houses offered a drift of laughter and music from ongoing parties. A part of me keenly felt my lone state as I walked past in the dark; another part was grateful for the day's unfolding, for my dog, for the dinner I had waiting for me at home. I was particularly grateful for all that I have as I walked past the woman who lives in her car & often parks in the neighborhood bank's parking lot.
However you celebrate this holiday season - wishing you peace, love, and an abundance of what pleases you.
I am nearing the end of the sixth year of a 365 photograph a day project. Following is a collection of Christmas Eves past, 2010 - 2015.
and green plants to carry me through the winter.
2014 - Alexandria, Virginia. A candle burning in the night.
2015 - Alexandria, Virginia. A Christmas tree, lights brightening the dark. (iPhone)
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