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Season's greetings,happy new year 2013!
Love the shadows of yor tree!Thanks so much for visiting.Wishing you a Merry Christmas!
I love trees like this. On Molokai, when we were growing up, we did not get the fancy live trees from the Pacific Northwest (and if they were available, we could not afford it). But, Norfolk pines grow aplenty there in Hawaii, so we always cut the top off of one and brought it in to decorate (the tree puts out a new top for he following year-how green can that be?).Fond memories you've brought back to me!
You must be very proud of the pine ever growing beauty! Happiest Christmas to you!
Nice post!Merry X-mas to you!
I am pleased to have sparked a memory for you. How wonderful that you could be so 'green' when so few thought it appropriate.
I am, and pleased. I find it hard to pass by the 'baby' Norfolks with glitter adorning their branches. But I have no other windows in front of which I could put any other trees.
thank you, and a very Merry Christmas to you!
I believe your petition is being answered even now! Amen!Icicle Shadows
lovely Holiday Shadow shots! I too, have a Photo a Day Blog!Merry Christmas!
your pine made a great christmas tree. .)
Love that first shot.Candle ShadowWishing you a happy holidays and a joyous new year!
thank you, Rose! Merry Christmas and a blessed New Year to you and yours.
The tree creates a very interesting shadow in your first photo. Beautiful!Nancy from joy for grace
thank you, Nancya joyful Christmas to you!
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