Christmas wishes

I recently posted posted photos of the amazing home and garden of Helen Martins. This remarkable person used glass to decorate the inside of her home, while filling her garden with concrete sculptures – many hundreds of them!

I promised to show you the nativity scene from Helen Martin’s garden with my Christmas post and here it is.

The nativity scene from Helen Martin's garden.

The nativity scene from Helen Martin’s garden.

Closeup of the baby in the crib.

Closeup of the baby in the crib.

The sculptures were in the centre of the garden, but appeared to have no linkage with other statues in their immediate environment. If you missed the posts on Helen Martin and her Owl House, you can find them in the Owl House and Helen’s garden at the Owl House.

Merry Christmas to all my fellow readers and bloggers. I hope you have a really lovely day, and a year ahead filled with happy blogging and story writing!

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12 Responses to Christmas wishes

  1. cocoaupnorth says:

    Quite interesting this nativity scene. Merry Christmas to you to Madoqua:)

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  2. scrapydo says:

    Lovely. Wish you a lovely festive season.

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  3. pommepal says:

    Strange looking baby Jesus, dare I say alien looking… Hope you have had a lovely Christmas Madoqua, best wishes for 2015

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  4. prior says:

    I like the uniqueness of this – with the bottles – too!
    and happy holidays to you – and looking forward to blog connecting in 2015!

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