Honestly, I don't believe there is anything with more sparkle or shine than a glass Christmas ornament, hung on the tree, among all of the lights. These are just like rubies set in the tree.
"Underneath" can mean only one thing this time of year. What's underneath the tree and how many have your name on them? Are you excited to see the expressions on the faces of others as they open your gifts? Does everyone have a little bit of their childhood wonder still in them?
Even though we have downsized our celebration this year, there are still plenty of Christmas decorations around the house. This is part of the centerpiece on the dining room table. And yes, my wife makes all of them. She is extremely talented in this department.
Sometimes, when looking for "Fresh" subjects to photograph, you just have to combine a few objects and create your own little vignette. Recently, I upgraded my camera and I have been experimenting with a few of the buttons and just getting acquainted with the location of the buttons as well as some of the new features. So far, so good.
I thought that these two little fellows were pretty colorful. They do make me smile whenever I see them.
2014 Christmas Music Marathon - Day17
Great choices, Driller. I agree that Christmas sounds like the perfect theme for the prompts this week.ReplyDelete
Wow, all the colors just jump right out at you. Your photography rocks.ReplyDelete
Loved the video.
Have a blessed Sunday. ☺
Loving your Christmas set here this week.ReplyDelete
The Shiny tree ornament is gorgeous.
Presents under the tree always make me happy. - I'm still quite the "kid" when it comes to Christmas.
Oh yes your wife does a wonderful job with those decorations. That is just beautiful.
Yep, we do have to come up with "fresh" ideas (that's what my underneath was this week).
I also like your "architect" decoration there.
Super cute and colorful snowmen, they made me smile too.