Saturday, 22 December 2007

A Noble Christmas

Planet Earth Daily Photo will be resting until January the Second, 2008 (MMVIII). Thanks to all contributors, commentators and visitors over the last seven months. Please send in your global submissions ready for the New Year.
Thanks to Elliott for this seasonal shot. Peace, Rich

"Blenheim Palace was built at the start of the 18th century by John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough; paid for by the nation as a gift to him in return for his brilliant military triumph against the French. His descendent, Winston Churchill was born here in 1874 in a small room just behind this grand entrance. During December the palace is beautifully decorated for Christmas in the 'grand' style. Well worth a visit". Taken by Elliott


RennyBA said...

Great picture and interesting history as always - thanks for sharing!

Thanks also for your visit and Xmas greetings! Wish you a good trip to one of Norwegians neighbours :-)

God Jul!

RennyBA's Terella

Jules said...

Merry Christmas to you Rich and thanks for all your fascinating posts and all your visits to Rabaul visits this year.

Hopefully I can send more photos next year - I'm asking Santa for broadband!!!!!
Ho! Ho! Ho!

Steve Buser said...


Want you thank you for all your visits to my blog through the year and the encouraging words. Also thanks for publishing my pix. I send some more when I get a little more settled after the holidays.

Let me wish you the merriest and more blessed Christmas. Keep up the good work.
--steve buser (New Orleans Daily Photo)

xDashofPanachex said...

I was just cruisin around and I have to admit, I appreciate the context you've created for your photos. Most people just throw the photo up and leave it, but you go the distance. Yay!

Mark Antony said...

Great picture, brings back memories of my visit to the Palace.

Rich said...

Thanks to you all for those wishes and words. Greatly appreciated.

Enjoy the season.

NYCindividual said...

great shot