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Out Of The Cold

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Day 364 – December 30, 2018

Old – One Word Sunday / The End – My Sunday Photo / Pursuit – FOWC / Dirt – RDP / Inception – WODC / Day 30 – December Squares

This is one of the larger nativities that I had been trying to capture.  It is located out on the front lawn of one of the kind of upscale restaurant nearby. It actually has been displayed here every year ever since I relocated here, and perhaps its inception was a number of years before that. There usually is a day where they mix the figures with live volunteers creating a live nativity.  I am guessing that they pack them in at the end of the day, and then take them out when they are open. I am not sure, I never gone in pursuit the answer. Although they may have forgotten to set it up today.  That or, because it is a pretty cold day, the poor guys are freezing and are huddled together, out of the dirt, to keep each other warm. 1 day left in this year.  It is never too late to make it the best. I am really just amazed on how fast it has gone and that day 365 is a post away.  If only I could make up my mind as to what to do next year. So much pressure. 🥴

3 of Many

Dehydrated

Payed Forward

T.G.B.

Spooked

 

 

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