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A shady spot


No snow around here.

Sydney Square ... next to Town Hall.

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  1. ;-) - I just thought: something is missing *bdg*.

    I like the selective colourings you do.

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  2. Sometimes less is more and other times less is simply less.

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  3. I hadn't seen the location of that tree yet this year, until now.
    Sydney - City and Suburbs

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  4. Has anybody tried to adapt some of the Christmas symbols to the Southern Hemisphere, using native trees, for example?

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  5. AB, I answered your question in today's post ... just got back from the trip and catching up on comments.

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