Tis the Season

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    Sorry...I meant to post this one too.


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    Stars and Balls in a Christmas Mall

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    Decorated the tree with the kids tonight.
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    Tis the Season to tie red bows EVERYWHERE...


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    'Tis the season for butter turkeys

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    Sorry not been around, slow start on this apart from John who has shown us lots of what the season is like for him. Sue gorgeous flower shot. Don very traditional but great nonetheless and Fred thats great and a time when most will bake that don't the rest of the year

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    Reminescent of Vincent, Suesue; exept he didn't sign his as prominently :P

    But nice colors of the season and capture of the feeling of anticipation of the return of the sun here in North America and all that that entails. And the composition speaks for itself, but I'll add my comment: Wonderful!

    All of this is witch, of course, why the early Christians placed the birth of the baby Jesus in this time frame, to coincide with the ancient pagan customs of the nordic peoples, from whom I am descended, who were simply awaiting the return of the sun; the source of all light and life here, then and now. And from that sort of furnaces were forged all of the heavier elements that we are formed from; carbon, oxygen, calcium, phosphorus, iron, boron, magnesium, sodium and potassium (our nerves), selenium, chlorine, sulfur, and many more. But anything heavier than hydrogen and helium was star-stuff of which our sun is but one.

    Great idea for a thread, George! I'm gonna do more here in Chicagoland this weekend, my friend.
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    Lovely images. Thanks everyone; I'm starting to get in the mood for this wonderful season, finally. I love seeing your images so much.

    So for me Christmas is all about home and family, and so here are a few more where I just stepped outside and took a few shots. I'll try to chronicle my home and neighborhood through the end of the year, which as George has indicated is for some of us about a particular religious holiday season but for all of us about something more universal. And I think the way he stated it is perfect.


    december 10 in chicagoland our garage at sunrise by ChicagoJohn, on Flickr


    december 10 in chicagoland fall colors remembered by ChicagoJohn, on Flickr


    december 10 in chicagoland powder at the summit by ChicagoJohn, on Flickr


    december 10 in chicagoland where spring colors are remembered in winter by ChicagoJohn, on Flickr


    december 10 in chicagoland how we roll by ChicagoJohn, on Flickr
    I only went out for a walk and finally decided to stay out till sundown; for going out, I found, was really going in.” - John Muir

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    From a recent hiking trip to Goldie Lake, Mt Seymour Provincial Park, North Vancouver BC



    First hint of snow at the lake.




    Lily pads encased in ice on the lake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by willard3 View Post
    'Tis the season for butter turkeys

    You are definitely in the Fred Berg genre with this image. This is very much "fredbergian", as it were.

    Now, while I like it, whether or not others do is, well, up to them. But speaking for myself, man, I'm doin' all I can to compose myself why typing this... alap[0' al na''cm;'' a
    I only went out for a walk and finally decided to stay out till sundown; for going out, I found, was really going in.” - John Muir


 
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