Friday, December 3, 2010

Christmas trees in Ocala are ornamental...





17 comments:

Irredento Urbanita said...

Christmas is in the air. I can feel it in those images.

Regards

Valery

[Barcelona Daily Photo]

magiceye said...

essence of christmas! lovely images!!

Randy said...

Well they sure give you alot to choose from. Nice photos.

bfarr said...

Yes, I agree with Randy...alot of options.

tapirgal said...

I immediately noticed the Christmas polar bear :)

Small City Scenes said...

Looks like the trees inside the bigger stores here. I agree--lots to choose from. MB

cieldequimper said...

Oh groan, don't let me loose in there please.

SRQ said...

How did they fit so many ornaments on those trees?! Wow. If you weren't in the Christmas mood before, you would be after seeing these.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

You did a nice job of showing that there are some branches underneath the piles of ornaments.

Rose said...

I like a lot of ornaments, but those last two almost hide the tree! But I still like them.

Jarart said...

Overloaded....is that a word?

anjoe playhouse said...

A little all to much for me ;-)

Kate said...

My goodness, but these trees are truly laden with decorations!

Jarart said...

In case you didn't see it, I answered your question about the author of the quote on my theme day post, it was Kahlil Gibran.
Sorry it took me so long to respond.

Halcyon said...

I think they've got just about everything possible on them! I guess they have to advertise the wares. ;-)

EG Wow said...

Those trees a FULL! I like to be able to SEE at least part of the tree. :)

Francisca said...

Sigh... I was in the seasonal decorations business long enough to be able to tell you from where most of those ornaments hail... not just the country (most China, of course), maybe even the factory... :-D Do you decorate a tree in your home, Jacob? We don't anymore, but last xmas I was at my sister's in BC to spend the last xmas with our mother who directed us to decorate all in white and silver and hints of blue... it was pretty.

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