Monday, 21 December 2009

The Tree - continued

Just thought I'd post two photos of the tree, now it's finally got it's bits and pieces on. I'm a sucker for real christmas trees. When they're lit up, I find looking into them is a bit like looking into the embers of a fire. There's a whole imaginary world in there.




14 comments:

Rachel Fenton said...

Weeheee! It's snowing :) Your tree is beauteeeeful!

Niamh B said...

It really does look magical with the snow and all... good work Dominic!

Dominic Rivron said...

Thank you, both.

I should have said, I might have made the thing stand up, but K supervised. I was only the deputy decorator!

Totalfeckineejit said...

Twas worth all the effort,Dominic.Magico!

Rachel Fox said...

I had considered posting photos of our tree but now I don't need to! I went for the Barry Norman approach to Xmas instead...
x

Pauline said...

oh! Lovely!

Golden West said...

Captivating!

The Weaver of Grass said...

Snow falling on a Christmas tree - what more could you want?

Titus said...

Ooh, I like that.
I can sit and stare at the Christmas decorations for hours. I'm not quite sure what this says about my state of mind.

Dominic Rivron said...

Thanks for the comments, everybody!

Sorlil said...

Lovely tree, ours is small and out of the way of the kids!

Poetikat said...

That is gorgeous! (I love the ceiling beams in the background too.)
You're right, it is rather like a fire's embers.

My best wishes to you and your family for a very Happy Christmas!

Kat

Dominic Rivron said...

Sorlil: That takes me back. Don't know how to keep very small ones off christmas trees. Stick the tree in a playpen??

Poetikat: Pleased you like it - and Merry Chirtmas to you lot too! (Although I doubt this will be the last opportunity to say so!)

John Hayes said...

I love what you said about the imaginary world in a Christmas tree--so true. A very Merry Christmas to you & yours!