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Friday, 12 December 2014

Reflections in Trafalgar Square







 Each year since 1947, a Christmas tree has been given to the people of London from the people of Oslo in gratitude for Britain's support for Norway during WW2. Here is the tree for 2014 reflected in the fountains in Trafalgar Square.


22 comments:

  1. The lights make the city so pretty.

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  2. Beautiful tree and wonderful reflections you've captured!

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  3. I love the lights reflected in the pool. Is it as tall as "the People's Tree" from Minnesota? :-)

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  4. Beautiful reflection of Christmas Tree.
    Have a great weekend!

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  5. Beautiful reflection! Have a nice weekend!

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  6. What a wonderful reflection and nice tradition.

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  7. This tradition is truely a lovely tribute... And a beautiful one too : the lights on the tree reflection in this pool are so magnificent... The choice of colors for the illumination of both the fountain and the tree is quite wise, too.

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  8. Absolutely beautiful - especially with pink from the fountain highlighting the side view,

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  9. beautiful...love the pink. What a great tradition!

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  10. Great reflection shot. Have a lovely weekend.

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  11. You got a much better shot than me, mind you I had Santacon to contend with :-) Enjoy the rest of your weekend x

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  12. Very pretty reflection. It's great that Norway continues to remember.

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  13. Wonderful blog with processed extraordinary that give great beauty.

    Best Regards from Gran Canaria - Canary Islands (Spain)

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  14. I did not know this. thanks! it is very tall and beautiful.

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  15. A lovely tribute and I like the colours of the tree and the fountain.

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  16. lol, that pink fountain looks like a big cake :) With reflections :)

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  17. The Christmas tree looks nice, I haven't seen the one in Brussels fully decorated yet.

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