Sunday, December 25, 2016

The star

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Follow the star!
You may end up in Sonnenhof, the House of Stillness, in Switzerland, where I photographed the nuns' bright Moravian star.


It is also called a Herrnhuter Stern.
You can find out why in a previous post.

Merry Christmas to my Christian friends and happy Chanuka to my family and Jewish friends.
The two holidays starting on the same night; this has happened only five times in the last 111 years!
Double joy!
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(Linking to inSPIREd Sunday.)
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13 comments:

Tom said...

Happy Chanuka Dina.

Indrani said...

Happy Chanuka to you and all your loved ones.

Cloudia said...

Bless you dear cousin. Happy Hanukkah

Hels said...

Happy New Year to all bloggers and readers!
No more violence on earth!

♥ Łucja-Maria ♥ said...


MERRY CHRISTMAS, DINA!

Alice said...

Happy Hanukkah to you and your family , Dina

crederae said...

merry christmas Dina and happy chanukka.in french joyeux noel et joyeuse lumiere.
the star is hypnotic.

Monika B said...

Healthy, cheerful and very happy Easter.
Greetings from Poland.

William Kendall said...

Very pretty!

Jim said...

Great shots

crederae said...

ACTUALLY dearest Dina I came here looking for the star of Bethlehem but this star is awfully pretty also.
HUGS

Cloudia said...

May the stars shine on you!

Linda said...

Happy Hanukkah to you, Dina, and I wish you all the best now, in 2017, and always. :)