Saturday, January 12, 2019

Multi-faceted reflections..


One here for Weekend Reflections. Tree 5 and tree 6 in the Enex Christmas Tree Trail. I was surprised to see the Christmas decorations still up in the city a few days ago. My tree went up a day before my grandchildren arrived and down the day after they left.. what do you mean where's my Christmas spirit :) Couldn't resist a merging of the two trees, they were perfect for reflections.. and multiple exposures! Happy weekend, take care and stay safe.. P.s. how long did you leave your Christmas decorations up for?


29 comments:

  1. ...neat multiple exposures! Our decorations came down the Epiphany.

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  2. Australia is the new center of contemporary Art in my eye!

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  3. I like the multiple exposures!! My tree came down just before New Years Eve. I just noticed my Christmas wreath is still on my front door though so that will be coming down next!

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  4. Great shots, Grace! My tree came down after the Epiphany.

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  5. The multiple exposure is fantastic, Grace.

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  6. I love your multiple exposure shot. Well done!!

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  7. Grace, your merger worked out great. Interesting reflections too.

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  8. Love the blend of colour!

    Our decorations went up the 22nd when the grandkids decorated the tree. We took them down the 29th. I wouldn’t put any up except for the grandkids. Maybe a flower arrangement for the table though.

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  9. I love the multiple exposure. It makes the most of these colorful forms. Our Christmas decor went back into storage on New Years Day.

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  10. Lovely colors. Still have my tree up and the reaosn my grand daughters are stopping in.
    Coffee is on

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  11. They are very bright and gay Christmas decorations.

    New Year's Day ours came down. If it was up to me, it would the day after Boxing Day and they wouldn't go up until Christmas Eve.

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  12. Marvelous! Love the second image!

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  13. On first glance I thought of tents, Grace :-)
    The second shot is really great!
    My deco sits here all year round. Luckily no real tree involved!

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  14. Normally, the tree is supposed to be up from 1 December and then down after the 12 days of Christmas which is after 6 January.

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  15. Interesting shots. Love the colour and patterns and the multi exposure is neat. We are asked tp put up lights in the village on 1st Dec. WE took them down when we came home and Bill was hot and bothered and said "WE are not putting them up next year!!!"

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  16. The multiple exposure is great. I try to get the tree up on 1 December but am sometimes a bit late. I always pull the decorations down on New Years Day or at most the day after.

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  17. You have some colourful decorations there, well captured with the reflections.

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  18. Great photos of the Christmas trees Grace.
    My tree goes up usually on the 1st weekend of December and taken down on 1st weekend of January.

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  19. I love all the reflections. So colorful.

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  20. That reflection shot is quite amazing. Keep well Diane

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  21. The second shot is so beautiful.
    Nice Job! (clapping hands)

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  22. Such beautiful pieces! As for decorations, our tree stayed up until just last week, it was still holding on strong, not losing too many needles, and I still have other decorations around the house, since my grandchildren will be here for a sleepover this coming Friday night, and they love the festive decor! It is still really winter here, so it's kind of what we do!

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