On Christmas Eve or Christmas Day I get asked to take a group photo which is akin to herding cats into a group and getting them all to look at me rather than just groom. The lighting is always poor and I can count on someone having their eyes closed. Here is a decade of these things
No photo for 2008 – Ice Storm Complications
Note my sweatshirt “Merry Christmas” in Polish
I hope everyone had a nice holiday with family and friends. The weather was bizarre. We enjoyed the warmth in New Hampshire but it wreaked havoc on the central and southern states.
Merry Christmas from tropical New Hampshire. I haven’t met anyone yet that is complaining about the lack of snow and cold weather. I think all of us are still recovering from 2014.
In this post I’m including the last batch of Christmas photos taken on film. These were always problematic since I could not accurately date them. Digital photos have a time stamp embedded in the file. The only glitch being the some people don’t set the clock when they buy the camera. Those same people had a VCR that would flash 12:00.
Click on flashing lights to see photos
Thanks Bob and Wendy for hosting the annual Yankee Swap this year. Ginny and I have been attending these since 2004 and there is always good food, good company and “unique” gifts (some of which will be re-gifted in coming years).
Brian McPhee tooks some great photos of the festivities and I’ve included a link to view them.
Click on Santa to view the photos