Photo Challenge: Thursday’s Windows — Week 15

Ministerial duties on behalf of a grieving family came ahead of my blog work this week, so I am late posting the ‘Thursday’s Windows’ article, but here it is. The first photo is of the front window at the City Hall Building in a neighboring town — part of their Christmas celebration.

Exif JPEGThe camel, of course, was part of the wise men’s entourage and on its way to this next scene — in the other front window of City Hall.

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20 thoughts on “Photo Challenge: Thursday’s Windows — Week 15

    1. These are all absolutely lovely. Our snow made some really pretty pictures, but since it was between 12 to 15 inches in most places, we were not very happy with it at all.

    1. That whole building is bright and cheery. I like the windows very much. And I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your newest header photo.

      About the camel: that particular city is situated with the downtown district in a circle around a central clock tower. I was driving in the one-way traffic around that circle one day a few weeks before Christmas and glanced over to the city hall building. I was in moving traffic and could not stop, but when I saw that camel, I thought, “Wait a minute! Did I just see a full-sized camel in that window? Needless to say, I had to check it out more thoroughly.

      I’m late with Thursday’s Windows due to a death in our family. Not only am a relative, by as a minister all the duties of helping plan the funeral and officiate at it this morning fell to me, so most any kind of blogging had to take a back seat for the past several days. It’s good to be back in touch.

    1. Thank you. It was a cousin. But our family, particularly, on one side, are very close, and most of the cousins look to me as the “family” minister. So the responsibilities of consoling, arranging, and conducting funeral services falls largely to me. It’s a great privilege, but can be a great strain on all other responsibilities and activities during that time period.

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