Silent Night

Cast iron lampost at night

This Christmas we had some family visit us for the day and we cooked a roast turkey dinner for everyone. When everyone had gone home in the early evening we went for a walk to enjoy the City at one of its quietest times of the year.

St Mary le Bow church

I still struggle a bit taking night time photos without a tripod but in spite of the graininess, these 5 came out OK and document a little bit of our walk.

Ye Olde Watling Pub and Christmas lights

I hope you have had (and are possibly still having) a happy, restful and peaceful festive season, however you celebrate it.

St Paul#s cathedral and Christmas lights

Globe theatre at night

6 thoughts on “Silent Night

  1. Dale Reply

    These are wonderful Cathryn! What a fabulous way to end the Christmas night!

    1. Cathryn Worrell Reply

      Thanks as always Dale!

  2. Joy @ Joyfully Green Reply

    So pretty, Cathryn! (And location envy strikes again!) Wishing you a picturesque new year! xox

    1. Cathryn Worrell Reply

      Thanks Joy and a very happy 2015 to you too :). xx

  3. Solo Reply

    I didn’t get out to see our city”s Christmas Lights this year so soooo nice to see yours, they are stunning!
    Happiest of New Years to you and a a blessed, propitious one too:)

    1. Cathryn Worrell Reply

      Thanks Solo. Lovely to ‘see’ you here and good wishes to you for 2015. 🙂

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