Merry British Christmas

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    If you were to browse the array of festive cards available, you might be fooled into thinking that we in the UK are greeted with a thick blanket of snow around the end of December every year.

    I have witnessed enough Christmases to know that this is not the general case, and present a more representitive meteorological scenario.

    Card available on RedBubble here.

    kanani and brian, sally_monster, and 140 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. pedrolego 53 months ago | reply

      Poor Christmas Tree, you should put an umbrella on the top ;)

    2. Ste-Doc 53 months ago | reply

      great work, as usual!

    3. margyyy 53 months ago | reply

      So very cute! :D

    4. baudman  53 months ago | reply

      I'd have to melt the tree, for here in Australia

      Brilliant shot mate!

    5. larkvi 53 months ago | reply

      Very cute--and very well done.

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    6. Kjers.. 53 months ago | reply

      haha, this is awesome. we still have some white christmases now and then, but bahaha so true!

    7. Bárbara Menezes 53 months ago | reply

      Its so bealtiful

    8. patchworkbunny 53 months ago | reply

      Too late for this year but PLEASE sell these as cards for next year!

      Seen on your photo stream. (?)

    9. Balakov 53 months ago | reply

      Added link to the card on RedBubble, but yes, I should have perhaps thought of it earlier :-)

    10. NamorPictures 53 months ago | reply

      Great idea, great shot !

    11. Drosophila-{BostonDomary} 53 months ago | reply

      you are so freakin creative man...

    12. idoru78 53 months ago | reply

      Sums up the British Christmas perfectly :o)

    13. lindamccraven 52 months ago | reply

      well then i think i will stay here in the usa, southeast.

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