The final version of the village is still in progress. I really want some more snow covered trees. And possibly another carriage? IDK.
Below cut, image heavy.
I don't even need to disclaim I am not a great photographer. That, I think, is obvious.
|The Village in Total (minus the nutcracker, no clue how he got in there)
This is the table level view of the Christmas village.
|Public Works Street
From left to back to right: the train station, ,the library, the bank, the fire station, and the post office.
Right to back: The Brewery, Up-the-Creek Paddle Shop, The Pottery Shop, and Jenn's Craft Shop (literally. That's the name. I love that shop). On the left behind the trees is the greenhouse.
Left to right: children playing, a father and son looking at birds, kids on a seesaw, kids making a snowman (far back), kid pushing another kid on a sled (near back) and kids--doing something.
|Victorian House (end of Public Works's Street)
Carolers at the Victorian house and a dog house with child.
The Church, which is in the middle of the arrangement.
|The Park,, Santaland, and the Greenhouse
An aerial view of the park, Santaland, and the greenhouse. Visible in this picture is also a kid swinging. This is to the right of the Church.
And finally, the Christmas Bears! (minus the snowman and moose auxiliary)