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Wednesday, 9 December 2020

Signs - Signs of Christmas

 For other signs from around the world please go to Tom's blog.

All you want for Christmas ... Sign from the streets of Perth


On the street verge of a house in the suburb of Bicton

                                            
Christmas thongs (flip-flops), photos taken last year at our local Bunnings (hardware warehouse). 



Christmas tree at Perth airport







Christmas decorated houses around the corner from me


44 comments:

  1. Aww Sami. There are some great photos.

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  2. You certainly know Christmas is comimg in your place!

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  3. As I look at this array of kitsch, Sami, it is quite clear that in the minds of most Christmas has strayed far, far away from its original religious origins. It has become a bit of an orgy of eating, drinking and aggressive consumerism,

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    1. I think the meaning of Christmas will hopefully change this year when people are putting more value on family and home and less on consumer goods. In my house there will be gifts for the kids only, the adults will get home made goodies.

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  4. Dearest Sami,
    Love the Christmas tree at the airport!
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  5. ...the flip-flops are perhaps something that I would see in Maui at Christmas time! Santa's VW bus id neat. Thanks Sami for sharing a summery Christmas with us. Take care.

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    1. I would agree Tom. Flip flops are the national foot wear in Australia, lol. For most of my life I've celebrated Christmas in Summer, but it does feel different from a Christmas in a winter setting.

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  6. Oh, I love the decorations and festive feel! Happy Christmas!

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    1. Thanks Jeanie, Christmas decorations are always pretty.

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  7. So beautiful and the weather is great too.

    Have a fabulous day, my friend. ♥

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    1. It was a very cute Christmas outdoor decor :)

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  9. Looks like Christmas is well underway. I like the tree at the airport, it is quite striking.
    Have a wonderful day.

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  10. Aunque se van a celebrar de forma deiferente a otros años. todas las ciudades se engalanan, para que no se pierda el espíritu de la Navidad.

    Besos

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  11. Passei um Natal em Melbourne.
    Debaixo de um calor tórrido!!

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    1. Aqui em Perth, a semana entre o Natal e o fim do Ano e geralmente bastante quente.

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  12. São maravilhosos estes sinais de Natal. Gosto especialmente das pernas do Pai Natal na bagageira do carro ;)
    Bom dia

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    1. Obrigada Paula. Humor Australiano 😀😀

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  13. I love the tree and the lights!

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  14. Some very fun ones (and great new banner).

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    1. Thanks Iris. Summer time banner :)

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    2. Yes, lucky you, 2C here.
      Oh, I added the redipe for the onion cake here. It´s just a suggestion, but I want to make it again.
      Today it´ll be kale, though (if I get it. Like former GDR here, well, Karina maybe told you, the threaten us with another harsh lockdown).

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  15. Love Santa in the hammock 😊 some people take festive decorating to a whole new level. Santa in the car boot made me smile Sami xx

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    1. Thanks Grace. Some people certainly go all out with the Christmas decor 😊

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  16. What a fabulous selection here, all so different.

    All the best Jan

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  17. Sorry I missed this earlier. I love the flip-flops and the elf stuffed in the trunk (boot) of the car.

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    1. Thanks Elizabeth, typical Australian humour :)

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