Saturday, 7 January 2012
In faith of Norwegian tradition, the Christmas tree and decorations are to be taken out on the thirteenth day of Christmas (January 6th). In UK, this day are called Epiphany or Twelfhday, which symbolizes Jesus' revelation. The reason we call it the thirteenth day is because we celebrate Christmas on December 24th. Epiphany was yesterday, and Christmas is offically over in Norway. Yet I have to admit that my Christmas tree and decorations are still in house. As for this farm and it's barn, that I photographed yesterday, I bet the decorations and tree are still in house as well, along with this Santa (if you can see him wave in the window).