Tuesday, 16 December 2008

Wordless Wednesday

Nativity set from Ghana. Wordless Wednesday

8 comments:

Felisol said...

Hi, Judith,
thought I'd like to come back and see some more of your blog.
There are not that many blogging SA officers.
Your hand carved manger had a classy and peaceful touch.
A piece of history and art to be near.
From Felisol

Judith said...

Thank you for your visit Felisol. The nativity set was hand carved by the side of the road - I bought it whilst I was living out there.

Sreisaat said...

Suosdei from Cambodia, Judith!
You have a lovely nativity set there - my mother would love to have one of those :)

P.S. Thanks for your visit earlier.

Gattina said...

Very pretty and so special !

Janet said...

What a special Nativity Scene! You've given me an idea for next week! My mum bought Stacey a little one when she was born and we still use it every year - she'll be 21 next year! I cannot imagine having a Christmas without a Nativity Scene having a special place!
Hope you're having a happy day!
Love
J

MamaGirl said...

Wow, native indeed! nice 'belen'. Its our philippine term of natvity set. Merry Christmas. Thank you for visiting my blog. Happy WW!

Dianne said...

the handiwork is amazing

I really like nativities that are simple and warm feeling - this is one of my favorites of all that I've seen on all the blogs

Beth F said...

Lovely holiday shot.