Merry Christmas Everyone!
I present again some fun shots of our Christmas tree.
And this is the real thing.
A quiet peaceful Christmas Eve here tonight.
From our house to yours,
Remember, the origin of Boxing Day is distributing alms
from the almsboxes, to the less fortunate.
Forget buying more and give something to charity this Christmas.
All fun shots above taken in a dark room except for the lights on the tree,
the camera set at ISO 100, and a full 1 second exposure,
moving the camera by hand. Experiment and see what you get.
See you in a couple of days.
Whether serious shots or something in fun all you pictures are amazing.ReplyDelete
A Sincere Merry Christmas Wish to you and your family.
Be Safe and Enjoy!
It's about time.
Lol, I feel as if the Christmas Eve sherry has kicked in 😁ReplyDelete
Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, dear friend.
Cool photos! But I like the "normal" photo of your tree too. Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
The real deal, and snow on the outside photo, wonderful. Good wishes to you and yours.ReplyDelete
Yes fun photos. Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
Fun snaps!! Wishing you a very merry Christmas!!ReplyDelete
What funl pictures! Hope your Christmas is delightful!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas to you. Nice tree! We have snow on the ground from some that fell yesterday so we'll have a slightly white Christmas in Bellingham. - MargyReplyDelete
That is one very fine looking Christmas tree no matter which way one looks at it. Been a long time since I've seen a real Christmas tree.ReplyDelete
Fun shots of the tree. The wreath is beautiful.ReplyDelete
Fun shots indeed. Merry Christmas, FG.ReplyDelete
Although I prefer the realistic shot of the tree, the others are interesting even if somewhat dizzying.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas to you, hope you all had a lovely day :-)ReplyDelete
What fun you have with your Christmas tree!!ReplyDelete
What fun those photos are! I loved them. If you still send out Christmas cards, these would make great card for next year. Your tree, as it really is, is lovely. Merry Christmas, a day late. May the new year bring you great blessings and more wonderful adventures.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas! I enjoyed your fun with the camera:)ReplyDelete
I like the effect!ReplyDelete