Monday, December 05, 2011

Christmas colors

To me, that means red, green and white, and nature seems to agree:
(LOVE the frost bokeh in the third photo; click to biggify) These frosty mornings and dry days are a holiday treat in and of themselves. It is SO nice to have dry weather for Christmas-tree cutting:
Since I had a dressage chapter Christmas party to go to yesterday afternoon, getting our tree cut and set up in its stand is as far as we got. Hopefully we can get it decorated tonight; a certain young lad is awfully anxious to get that done!

That's it for today from . . .

9 comments:

dr momi said...

That's a tall tree! Can't wait to see it all decoratied.

Susan said...

What a perfect spot for a Christmas tree! That tree has a lovely shape - it will be fun (for us, too!) to see it all dolled-up.

MiniKat said...

Is that a Korean Fir?

Michelle said...

I believe it's a Noble fir, Kat.

Kelly Bartels said...

Tis the season to be jolly.......

Marie said...

Beautiful tree! Perfect spot for a tree! Can't wait to see it decorated.

Wendy said...

Beautiful!!

Sharon said...

Boy, do you have the living room for a Christmas tree. I'd be jealous if I didn't think about putting lights all the way up. Beautiful.

A :-) said...

When I was little, we always had a real tree - and I remember that when we would get it home, my mom would always say that it had to be left alone overnight in the stand so it could "fall out." Drove me wild ;-D