Good Evening All. The quintessential portrayal of a peaceful rural scene, possibly British although I have to admit I have never seen high windows in a church tower illuminated so, however I digress, where is the church? click here
Seriously I, and of course Fran my long suffering wife, extend those greetings to all those who take part in my weekly offering hoping that they get as much enjoyment and satisfaction from solving/identifying them as I do in selecting and finding them :o))
May I extend the season's Greetings to Fran and yourself, and I hope that your New Year's resolution is to be not so devious next year. Thanks for all the fun and frustration you have caused this year.
From the long-haired one - What is snow? She is Scottish and fizzing at that remark. We have had only a small dusting this winter, whilst England and Gatwick have been cut off. Now I'll have to pour my own beer, she's in a huff!
Brumas. That doesn't look like a real church to me. If it is? Was it specially built to be copied on to Christmas cards? Has it really got curtains on the upper windows in the tower? By the way the light in the lower windows more or less matches the light in the tower windows. Is that Macscouse on the pathway pushing his barrel of beer home-wards?
Brumas. All the best for Christmas and New Year to you and your family. Better health in the coming years to you and all your puzzle-ists (puzzle-ites) competitors? Whatever.