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December 18, 2011


My Audio Christmas Card 2011

by soundlandscapes

JUST ONE WEEK TO GO and Christmas will be upon us so this seems like the appropriate time to post my audio Christmas card.

My Audio Christmas Card 2011:

This audio card is made up of some of the sounds of Paris that I’ve recorded during the past year and it is dedicated to all the visitors who visit this blog regularly as well as to those who stop by as they’re passing. I extend my grateful thanks to you all.

I wish you all a very Happy Christmas and all that you wish for yourselves in 2012.

12 Comments Post a comment
  1. Wonderful. A very Happy Christmas to you Des, thanks for everything you’ve shared this year and all the best for 2012!

    • Dec 18 2011

      Thanks Steve. A very Happy Christmas to you too. I follow your tweets and your site regularly and much enjoy them both.

  2. Dec 19 2011

    This is a lovely collection of recordings Des – thank you for sharing.

    Look forward to hearing more in the new year.

    Happy Christmas!


  3. Dec 19 2011

    Belle ambiance d’époque.
    Et bons sons pour 2012 !

  4. Dec 19 2011

    Great idea Des. Merry Christmas to you!

  5. Dec 20 2011

    fantastic Des, reminds me a lot of Quebec City here in Canada, never been to Paris, but spent time further north. Very nice, happy christmas to you too!

  6. Dec 22 2011

    Been following for awhile, & just wanted to say many thanks for this blog & for sharing your thoughts & sounds…

    have a festive holiday


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