Tuesday, 16 December 2008

Wordless Wednesday

Nativity set from Ghana. Wordless Wednesday


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!

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.