Monday, 23 December 2013

Hope I'm not on Santa's Naughty List

   It's the time of year that we all want to have a bit of fun. So I decided today, to put together a montage of photographs loosely based on the English Christmas song, The Twelve Days of Christmas. The song first published in the book, Mirth without Mischief, in 1780 describes the gifts given to someone by their true-love.

    The twelve days commence Christmas day and end on the Feast of the Epiphany (January the 6th). 
Partridge looking for his Pear Tree

Lone Turtle Dove

Water Hen. Yes should be a French hen 

Calling bird or blackbird was a little camera shy

 Golden Rings
 Geese swimming rather than laying

 Swans a Swimming!
 A Guy a Milking, rather than a Maid (Equal Opportunities)
Ladies and Men Dancing

 Gnomes a Leaping (No Lords applied for position)
Piper Piping and a Drummer Drumming
     Hope this doesn't mean I'm on Santa's naughty list. MERRY CHRISTMAS!

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