Looks very "British", and also very nice and cosy.
GOD JUL til deg go dine, Leif!Ha en koselig julefeiring!Hilsener fra Gunn og Steve.
Looks a lot warmer inside.
Joyeux Noël Eagan !Savez-vous que Noël veux dire "nouveau soleil" et donc que le vrai jour de Noël était le 21 décembre, jour du solstice d'hiver ?Did you know that Noël mean "new sun" and therefore that the real Noël Day was Dec. 21, the day of the winter solstice?
Leif! This reminds me so much of my Christmas Village! It's like one of the houses are on your Photo! Great Great Shot! I can feel the warmth of the lights! Merry Christmas to you Leif! Thank you so much for being one of my Friends here in the Blogging World! God bless you more and more!Steven^^
What a welconing sight- chestnuts roasting/coming home for Christmas/winter wonderland type of feeling. Season's Greetings to you and yours Leif.Chrissy at Manchester: a photo a day at Mancunian Wave and DX International radio blog
When my children were little, we used to count how many Christmas tree lights we could count in windows on the way home, it was good fun! These do look lovely Leif. I hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas.
Cosy! Merry Christmas!
Lovely photo! May you have a Merry Christmas!
A heart felt image indeed.Please have you all a blessed Christmas.daily athens photo
Very nice but if it were me there would be a little bit more.
Joyeux Noël à toi et ta famille
They are lovely, and hurrah, not overstated. Merry Christmas to you!
Lovely Christmas lighting. Wonderful house. Merry Christmas, Leif!
Thanks for your sassy, funny, clever, serious or encouraging comment! Tack sa mycket, merci beaucoup, vielen Dank, domo arigato, grazie mille, tusen takk, ansante sana, terima kasih, obrigado, Dank U wel, kiitos paljon!