I’m linking this post about another day in Utrecht with a blogging prompt I often participate in: Sepia Saturday.
Although these photos are not sepia, Sepia Saturday is all about following a photographic prompt and sharing history through the medium of photographs.
And this is history for me – my first really cold Christmas, and my first in Europe.
Here’s a collection of photos of Christmas things we’ve seen around Utrecht.
If you want to learn more about Sepia Saturday, you can click on this link and see how others have interpreted the theme.
Merry Christmas to my fellow Sepians and all my other readers!
Seen in the streets:
|Children in a 'snow dome' - filled with little foam balls|
|Santa giving 'sleigh rides' through the streets|
|Carol singers trying to stay warm and dry - they did better at that than we did!|
|Deck the Halls: All the hallways are decorated like this.|
|Christmas tree with 'presents' |
- we haven't checked if they are real yet!
|Much more comfy looking sleigh than santa had out in the streets.|
|A Christmas fairground in the window of someone's house!|
This is just a small part of it!
|In the window of a French restaurant|