Thursday, December 23, 2010

Ocala Christmas trees (bonus post #2)




13 comments:

Olivier said...

superbe, surtout le troisieme

cieldequimper said...

Now I'm dizzy!

Word verif: puddin

Lisa Wilson said...

You found a lot of pretty trees around there! Creative, too!

anjoe playhouse said...

OMG, who I don't believe in *LOL*
BUT X-MAS with all the glamour, sure lets Dollars find the way to shops ;-)
All best wishes to you, Jacob, and your family, in the holidays. I surely hope your daughter is well again
In Denmark tomorrow is the "big day/evening", and that's why Santa with no problem gets world around - to day Australiens have visits (I think) - and the 25th morning YOU can find all the presents. Ho, ho, ho ;-)

Gunn said...

colorful and pretty. number 3 is my favorite. GOD JUL/ MERRY CHRISTMAS to you and your family. I hope everything is well with your daughter!?

Kate said...

Your holiday photos the last few days have been truly outstanding. I cannot imagine how many hours went into the decoration of all those trees...Pretty incredible.

Jack said...

Hey, Mister. I'm with the CDP police. The rules are one post and one photo per day. That's it! We have been tolerant of you running the other 71 blogs from Stone Creek and The Villages and Mama's Restaurant and Little Big Horn. But, this is the last straw. Straighten up and play by the rules, Mister.

(Nice trees. I like the third one best.)

Rose said...

Oh, I love that third one down!!!

boromax said...

Great trees!! Fun to see.

amatamari© said...

They are really beautiful and magnificent shots!
:-)
Thanks dear friend, Merry Christmas to you and your family!
:-)

Jack said...

Jacob, Jacob, I give up. I should have known better than to engage in a war of words with a master! Your photos are gorgeous. Be well.

EG Wow said...

Gorgeous trees!

Joy said...

I swear, nobody knows how to decorate Christmas trees like people in the US! Such beautiful trees.

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