Blue Christmas Eve in Norwich

Yesterday I attended a Christmas Choral Mass at the Norwich Cathedral which was a pleasant experience – the cathedral sounded like there were little angels singing Christmas songs. I was also able to catch some blue hour scenes by the other church – the St. Peter Mancroft you see below, where they had a huge Christmas tree and carousel rides by the Forum.

I’ll keep this short as I know most of you are perhaps busy unwrapping presents or having Christmas dinner, or if you’re lucky, you’re simply sitting by the fire watching the snow fall from your windowpane. It’s not a White Christmas where I’m at, but I don’t mind a BLUE one. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Merry Christmas all.

The Church of St. Peter Mancroft is the largest church in Norwich built between 1430 and 1455.




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