Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Wordless Wednesday...Christmas Trees, Far and Near.

From Maine, one covered with lobster buoys

Disney
...and Disney again.


Mine

Cashal House, Ireland

Rockefeller Center..from a few years ago.




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30 comments:

  1. Well i can honestly say your tree looks the best *wink*

    Have a great WW! and week ;-)

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  2. They all look beautiful. I love the Rock Center one with the snow. The lobster buoys are such a "Maine" idea. And of course, your tree looks gorgeous -- especially next to the bookshelves :)

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  3. Great collection. Looks good all of them.

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  4. I think your tree is perfect :) But I also love the Rock Center Tree, too.
    Merry Christmas!

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  5. Oh I just love this series of posts!! Your tree looks magical and wonderful .. as do all the rest.

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  6. They are all beautiful my favorite is the out door live tree trimmed in red.

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  7. Now THAT just put me in the holiday spirit. I needed that.

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  8. I just have to say... I love yours best of ALL! That is gorgeous, Caite. Surrounded by warm light, wonderful books... just stunning.

    All of these are most excellent :)

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  9. I'm not JUST saying this, but "Yours is the best" --just gorgeous.

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  10. your tree looks amazing!! Magic!!

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  11. Ireland tree is a bit . . . odd. But love the pics!

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  12. What fun shots! So interesting to see the variety of Christmas trees. I especially like yours - so homey and lovely.

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  13. all of them beautiful in their own way!

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  14. Oh my goodness! I love them all!!! Yours is just beautiful!!! All of them are...individually beautiful!! Thank you so much for sharing! I would just love to go to Disney someday to see the Christmas decorations!!

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  15. Yours definitely IS the best! Especially in front of all those luscious books. The tree looks huge, you must have taken a lot of time puttin on the decorations and lights.

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  16. all lovely .. the Rock Center tree is on my list to snaps to catch .. but its the Rock Center Angels I love the most ..

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  17. I like the first one! :) But your tree is definitely the best!! :)

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  18. That is a fabulous collection of Christmas trees! I love the one on the water in Maine, but my favorite is yours!
    Here is my Wordless Wednesday: Melacholy Morning

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  19. I am following the WW bloghop and followed you via GFC as masugr. hope you can stop by mywildcrazylife.blogspot.com and follow me as well!

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  20. Ha. The first one made me laugh. Fishermen have a great sense of humor, don't they?

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  21. lovely variety of different Xmas trees.

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  22. I love the holiday season with so many festive decorations! The Disney tree with the toy soldier lights is amazing!

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  23. lovely! I have pictures of a lot of those same trees!

    And make sure you come by the blog later in the week--I got to go inside the Dream Suite in Cinderella's Castle...and I have pictures!!

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  24. They are absolutely beautiful!

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  25. Wordless Wednesday is quickly becoming my favorite day of the week. Thanks for the jump start to my holiday spirit.

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  26. Beautiful set of Christmas trees. I love yours!

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  27. So pretty and festive :).

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  28. Beautiful collection of Christmas trees. Great photos, thanks for sharing.

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