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Friendly Friday Photo Challenge – Red and Green

Origins of the Traditional Christmas Colours of Red and Green

In many parts of Europe during the middle ages, Paradise plays were performed, often on Christmas Eve. They told Bible stories to people who couldn’t read. The ‘Paradise Tree’ in the garden of eden in the play was normally a pine tree with red apples tied to it.

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Final Photo Prompt for 2020

For the final Friendly Friday Photo Challenge of 2020, show us your version of photos of Red and Green.

Join the Friendly Friday Challenge

Write a post of your own celebrating ‘Red and Green,’ and ‘ping’ or link back to this post, leaving a comment below, so we can find your own Friendly Friday Post.

There are more detailed instructions on how to join in with the Friendly Friday Photo Challenge here.

These photos are taken in Japan in 2019, during the Crimson leaves season. The final two photographs are taken with #No filter.

The Friendly Friday Challenge team will be enjoying a well earned break, from weekly Friendly Friday posts, over the festive period. The challenge will resume in the New Year on Friday 29th January, 2021.

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Friendly Friday Challenge in 2021

Your Friendly Friday Hosts Sandy and myself, (Amanda) will post a new format for Friendly Friday, going forward in 2021. One that we hope will encourage and support those wonderful bloggers who have been posting Friendly Friday posts throughout this, a most difficult year for the world. Of course, we also welcome new participants to the challenge.

All are welcome to join in.

God Jul til Alle Sammen and Merry Christmas

Christmas tree

77 thoughts on “Friendly Friday Photo Challenge – Red and Green”

    1. I can’t wait to see your Christmas tree, Tanja. I moved last year and just discovered the Xmas tree got chucked in the de-cluttering madness. I will have to go buy another this year. I will check out your post on your post shortly.

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  1. Not sure yet whether I’ll be able to contribute this week so I’ll take the time now to wish you a merry Christmas too! And I’m intrigued what this ‘new format’ will prove to be …?? 😀

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    1. No worries, Sarah. We all have a life outside blogging. I will have to keep mum about the new format til we refine it all. Have a lovely Christmas and hope to see you in the New Year. Thanks for popping in.

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  2. Red chimney Greenhouse

    On Thursday, December 3, 2020, Something to Ponder About wrote:

    > Forestwood posted: ” <p value=" min-font-size=”6″ max-font-size=”72″ height=”80″>Even though an old adage > says,”Red and green should never be seen,” th” >

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    1. I am looking forward to seeing your photos, James. It sounds intriguing. I love that you are trying to think out of the box. I will check it out shortly.

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    1. It was hard to think of a different Christmas theme, Cee so I stuck to two colours. Still Christmasy but something a little different I hope. I appreciate you joining in.

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    1. The pingback works fine Anita? May I call you that? I will check out your post on your blog shortly. Welcome to StPA and the Friendly Friday Challenge.

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  3. Here’s me-https://acacophonouslife.wordpress.com/2020/12/10/friendly-friday-red-and-green/
    What beautiful pictures…the trees look gorgeous,Amanda. I look forward to the new year’s challenges! Wishing you a restful and happy holiday season:) I will be replying to your other message soon! Warm wishes Amanda <3<3

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