Gnome for Xmas

badoof!

 

Are you hanging up a stocking on your wall?

It’s the time that every Santa has a ball

Does he ride a red nosed reindeer?

Does he turn up on his sleigh?

Do the fairies keep him sober for a day?

 

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Recently my pics seem to have got just a teeny bit serious and so as this is almost my last upload of the year, I thought a blast from the past would fit the bill. So although it's probably the End Of The World As We Know It, heckers peckers... it IS XMAS my friends... so in the words of St Noddy "Get down and get with it!"

markthompson, smith and 5 more people faved this
  • andy linden 6y

    Love it, especially the snowman. (or rather gnome man)
  • Ruth Flickr 6y

    Very merry!
  • smith 6y

    mary welie to all at MW mansions from ted towers. . .

    honk
  • Fred 6y

    A wonderful fairytale feel ! Merry Christmas !
  • brightglass 6y

    Hope you are not going to throw that snow ball at me.
    Merry Christmas.!
  • Christopher C Turner 6y

    Merry Xmas Marshall - do you know the Percy the Park Keeper series by Nick Butterworth? This reminds me of 'One Snowy Night'.
  • vfm4 6y

    great! i love the doorway in the hedge!

    Happy Holidays!
  • DJ Bass 6y

    wassail wassail!
  • stu mayhew 6y

    When is a Gnome not a Gnome?

    When he's got his head up a Fairy's dress he's a Goblin!
  • Ronaldo Cabuhat 6y

    Beautiful photograph! I like color and the texture!
  • .craig 6y

    Quality
  • Dave Mason 6y

    keep the Gnome indoors this time
  • M W Pinsent 6y

    Dave - I'm not letting that little bastard in the house!
  • nigel tradewell 6y

    ha ha ha hee hee hee...brilliant
  • M W Pinsent 3y

    Now officially my most popular Xmas card - ever!
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