Hello Seasons Bloggers, Hope everyone had a merry of at lease nice time off at Christmas. Ready to celebrate the end of the year?

Many thanks for all the education, humor, information, and sharing the beauty in a specific area this year. I treasure everyone’s efforts and posts!

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Since I have retired, I do not need a break, but it’s always nice to take a city walk! The first two are in Santa Barbara. Don’t remember in which city the train was. The last two are of San Diego, Balboa Park.

Am not a walker or hiker, so I always appreciate benches along the road,
especially these nice tiled ones.


Good to look up once in a while


Love the inventive design of making use of air space for trains:)



These kids were amazing! A little blurry, I didn’t want to distract them by coming closer:)


A city with an artist corner, at all times of the year, is one after my own heart.
(Balboa Park in San Diego_


⊂  ⊃  ⊂  ⊃      A HAPPY NEW YEAR

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    1. Traudel, sorry, I can’t reach your blog right now (am getting a blank page -probably caused by the weather, which is foggy). Hope you had a merry Christmas, und alles Gut fur das Neues Jahr. (hope the ends of the words ar in order?) Have a wonderful and terrific 2020!

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  1. I have visions of painting the walkway leading up to our front door in colors like the patio floor in the artist’s corner. Maybe it’ll happen in 2020. 🙂 Many thanks, Jesh, for hosting All Seasons. 🙂


  2. The pavement of San Diego artist corner looks great as well the tiled benches. They remind me of Gaudi’s Park Guell in Barcelona… Thank you for hosting All Seasons – wishing happy 2020!


  3. oh I love the look of the artist’s corner. Wishing you blessings of the Christmas season, and all good things for 2020. And thank you for the link ups this past year.


  4. Love the colorful tile work on the benches and ceiling, and the pavement in the park. Makes me think of walking in Jackson Square when we lived in New Orleans, with all the artists set up in temporary booths all around.


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