Saturday, December 10, 2011

University of Florida Christmas Tree...

...spotted in the office of Dr. James M. Duke, surgeon extraordinaire!

17 comments:

Bibi said...

Cute little guy!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Not exactly the traditional Christmas colors, but it is festive.

crocrodyl said...

Funny and joyful:)

Halcyon said...

Well, there's no doubting where his loyalties lie!

cieldequimper said...

That's sweet! Is that the knee surgeon or the eye one?

RedPat said...

It always surprises me how much some people get so into college football.
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Memphis MOJO said...

Christmas will be here before we know it -- nice shot

Cindy said...

That looks to be gator country. Great photo love the colors.

Jack said...

For all the FSU, Miami, UCF and other folks he loses, I suppose there are enough Gators to keep him happy and prosperous.

Randy said...

What a fun looking tree! Love the snowman.

Francisca said...

I want to know what you were doing in the surgeon's office, Lowell!

Landbohaven said...

Godt billede.
Træet er anderledes pyntet end her i Danmark.
Tak for kigget.

Abe Lincoln said...

I like this photograph. I guess it is all the color that is appealing.

To answer your question about shapes...

No, I was never able to follow the directions and was never able to use shapes. That's my bad and has nothing to do with your instructions.

There was a difference in how things are labeled in CS5 and CS3 so the instructions won't work for me. I just went back to what I have done for years and forgot about it.

Jarart said...

Very cute! It is always nice to have a good surgeon!! Too soon to tell for me, but I will let you know. Thanks for the good wishes.

Birdman said...

That's a queer-lookin' gator to me.

magiceye said...

cute!

SRQ said...

Nice lookin' tree. Go Gators!

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