Thursday, January 5, 2012

Seasonal reflections

This is a seasonal post, for you know that in the western tradition, Christmas has 12 days - from December 25 to January 6 (the Epiphany).

21 comments:

RedPat said...

I always leave my tree up til the 6th of January!

Memphis MOJO said...

Oooh, I love the reflections in the ornaments, especially after I click to enlarge.

Bob Poris said...

You should have mentioned the Feast of the Circumcision, which celebrates the circumcision of Jesus on the Catholic calendar. Too many forget he lived and died a practicing Orthodox Jew as did most of his followers.

Lois said...

I like those reflections!

SRQ said...

Nice. I'm going to miss all the Christmas decorations.

Randy said...

Excellent reflections!

magiceye said...

beautifully composed!

Elettra said...

Truly spectacular! Good Epiphany!!

magicpolaroid said...

here too, today ( jan 6) is the last day of Xsmas holiday!

Karl said...

Excellent picture and reflections

brattcat said...

and are those multiple self-portraits?

Jim Klenke said...

I like the palm trees in the reflections. Very Florida.

JM said...

Well spotted reflections, Lowell.

Bergson said...

good reflexion

crocrodyl said...

Nice photo! Today in Poland we have free day:)

Bibi said...

You've got it right. Tonight is Serbian Christmas Eve.

Cezar and Léia said...

Coucou, c'est moi! Léia!!!!
First of all thanks for the creative and adorable poem you left in Luna's blog, she is very honored!So cute poem!
Ahh this picture is excellent, really beautiful reflections, awesome colors and brilliant idea!
Thanks for your always kind words.
hugs and a nice weekend for you and Lois!

Rajesh said...

Fantastic reflections in those little balls.

Halcyon said...

Wonderful and creative reflections!

Amin said...

Beautiful reflections!

Giulia said...

Hi, Jacob. The reflections on the fir tree are beautiful and funny. I should like to make the same.

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