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Christmas in Nagercoil...

Christmas season in Nagercoil is always exciting, a certain type of magical warmth fills the air and lifts the spirits. The town seems to glow with all the star lights and serial lights that adorn most houses, it's a simple kind of beauty and it never ceases to amaze me. 
The Nativity scene at home...
The Christmas tree...
The nativity Christmas tree ornament...
An angel declaring the good news...
Infant Jesus Church, Nagercoil, decorated with stars...
 The crib inside the church...  
One of the smallest and most beautiful nativity scenes, saw this at a father's home... he made this out of scrap material lying in his backyard. 
The nativity scene in Carmel school...
The nativity scene in Little Flower School...
Houses decorated for Christmas...
The holiday season made even more beautiful by my brothers birthday... here is the bacon pizza I baked for them (their names start with M & V, can you make them out on the pizza?)

Have an amazing New Year's everybody... wishing you all a blessed and wonderful year ahead. 

Comments

Ganesh Puttu said…
bacon pizza? thats a new one.....wonder how it tastes? save a bit for me next time?
yummychunklet said…
Happy New Year!
Merlesworld said…
I hope you had a good Christmas and a happy new year.
Merle............
mahesh said…
Pictures are lovely - Happy New Year - 2014 :)
Karen Xavier said…
Bacon is not that new, people even put fish on their pizza...

Yummychunklet, Happy New Year to you too...

Merlesworld, Same to you ...

Mahesh, thanks... wishing you a great year too.

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