Sunday, December 23, 2012

Yes Perth IS having Christmas.....!

Looking back over my last posts I realized that you could well be thinking that Perth was skipping Christmas this year because of the lack of any remotely 'Christmassy' content! Not true, if you watch this short video made by CityOfPerthWA showing the switching on of the Christmas lights party you'll see that it was a super fun affair and that Perth has Christmas all 'wrapped up'! You might also recognize some of the features in Forrest Place. I hope your weekend is going well, it's party time for me tonight..catch up tomorrow. People seem to go a little 'nuts' at this time of the year so take extra care and stay safe.....

33 comments:

  1. Now this is my idea of a Merry Christmas...going out for a stroll in shorts!

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  2. Happy Christmas' my Pacific Pal! Aloha

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  3. OMG! Christmas in shorts?! Envy you!)))

    have a great weekend!

    xoxo, Juliana | PJ’ Happies :) | PJ’ Ecoproject

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  4. We went on a Christmas cruise to the Bahamas before my husbands accident and this reminded me how fun to stroll around in shorts and take pictures by the Christmas tree!

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  5. Well, there wasn't much point in getting excited about christmas until after the 21st.

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  6. I tend to go a bit overboard at Christmas on VDP... I am always amazed when I see people in shorts at Christmas! That's such a lovely tree and I want a bow like that one on my flat's roof!

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  7. I lways find it strange Christmas in the sun. Have a Merry Christmas.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  8. I had no doubt that Perth would get itself dressed up for Christmas. Nor did I have any doubt that you would party the season away.

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  9. I want a Christmas in the warm sun, too!

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  10. Canny be Christmas, the sun is shining!

    I hope your Christmas is what you wish it to be!

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  11. Peaceful Merry Christmas and a happy New Year to you and your family
    a hug Elettra

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  12. It's hard to imagine Christmas parties in summer weather! Have a good time, Grace.

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  13. Interesting and nice photos. I can not imagine Christmas in the summer. For me it is strange ...
    Also, I wish you a nice, merry Christmas and many zdarví, happiness and satisfaction in the new year 2013. Only the best for you. Peter.

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  14. Christmas in the summer... I miss it!
    Have a great festive season, Grace :-)

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  15. Wonderful !

    Getting windy and cold over here ...

    Please have a good Sunday ahead.

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  16. All you need now is half a meter of snow, I will try to fix that.

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  17. I love that big bow on the covered walk. Have fun at your party. I'm off to one right now myself.

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  18. It's hard for some of us up here to imagine Christmas in a warm climate. So much of the iconography is about cold. Not that we have snow on Christmas Day here very often.

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  19. I imagined that Perth would be quite a festive city Grace, the photos are lovely. Happy Christmas dear girl!!

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  20. What is it with those big red bows!!! They're even popping up on houses these days!! Enjoy your party - and your Xmas!!

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  21. Te deseo unas felices fiestas llenas de alegría.
    Buen fin de semana,
    ¡Feliz Navidad!
    un abrazo.

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  22. Un felice Natale e uno strepitoso fine 2012 a Te e ai tuoi cari!!

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  23. That area in the city looks very pretty all decked out in Christmas colours. I love that bow.

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  24. looks very nice there Grace

    Wish you a Merry Christmas !!

    Warm greetings, Joop

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  25. The difference is that you're in summer and I in winter! Happy Christmas, Arianna

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  26. That is always so strange for us to see a sunny Christmas! Have a nice time Grace.

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  27. I wish you have a wonderful Christmas and a GREAT New Year! Let's make 2013 a beautiful year together! :-)

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  28. You stay safe too. Love that red bow!...Janey

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  29. Kudos to Perth. It's nice to know that Santa visits folks in the southern hemisphere, too. :-)

    I learned long ago that Christmas can be just as much fun or even more so in the warmer climes where snow is but a faint memory and cold weather is just a passing Canadian front!

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  30. It is very strange thinking of Christmas in a place where you can walk outside in shorts!

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