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    Post your Christmas tree / decoration pictures here

    This is our $5 tree that we put up last night.
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    Oh dear Paul, I think your tree needs a good feed of Christmas ham and turkey.
    Haven't decided whether we will put ours up or not, so at least you're one step ahead of us.
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    Bah Humbug !!...giving it a miss this year...might just drape myself in tinsel, and a few well placed ballballs, stand on the roof and wave my arms for a bit of festive spirit.....I'll be the Christmas Star of the neighbourhood, who knows...might even get on TV lol lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seesee View Post
    Bah Humbug !!...giving it a miss this year...might just drape myself in tinsel, and a few well placed ballballs, stand on the roof and wave my arms for a bit of festive spirit.....I'll be the Christmas Star of the neighbourhood, who knows...might even get on TV lol lol
    Now that we need pictures of

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seesee View Post
    Bah Humbug !!...giving it a miss this year...might just drape myself in tinsel, and a few well placed ballballs, stand on the roof and wave my arms for a bit of festive spirit.....I'll be the Christmas Star of the neighbourhood, who knows...might even get on TV lol lol
    Now THAT I would like to see... I think!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seesee View Post
    Bah Humbug !!...giving it a miss this year...might just drape myself in tinsel, and a few well placed ballballs, stand on the roof and wave my arms for a bit of festive spirit.....I'll be the Christmas Star of the neighbourhood, who knows...might even get on TV lol lol


    Hmmmm my tree pretty much same as last years & year before that.
    Pretty fussy, on colour scheme, what goes on it etc

    Mind you having to rearrange lounge & its already driving me insane, count down on for the 1st Jan, I will be up @ the crack of dawn putting it all away
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    Christmas decoration- is this first for 2008?

    Still learning the basics. Took this by available light then cropped big time. Still came out ok, I think
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    Quote Originally Posted by mudman View Post
    Still learning the basics. Took this by available light then cropped big time. Still came out ok, I think
    I merged the above into this thread so we don't have a zillion decoration threads.

    As for the photo - not bad - but - maybe crop so the soldier is more to the left and get the light fully (on the right) in frame would help.
    Maybe lift the levels (brightness) a bit as well.
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    Here's ours. Took this shot the other night. No pressies only empty stockings under the tree at the moment. Hard to take the shot as I needed the boys to keep still as to not blur the photo. They did pretty well considering.
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    I have two at home but not as tall. I think I'm going to snap some photos later.
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    We havent put anything up yet... seems too early! But I got to set up our trees at work, so I might actually take some photos of that because it looks so pretty! When my new lens finally comes in i'll take some shots then.
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    Excitement plus today at our place. The grandkids arrived, these two were born and raised in Denmark and it is their first 'hot' Christmas.
    First to go up was the dancing singing santa which amused Gustav no end.
    Then the helping with the tree raising.
    Finally the first pic of the tree. BTW the train was derailed 50 times before I pulled the battery.
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    We have 2 Christmas trees this year. Here you go..






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    This isnt the best picture taken But we have presesnts already

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    Santas already been to your house hdn177....Where's mine? He hasn't been here yet.

    I will try and post our tree over the weekend. I might take a pic of it tonight and add it. Good thread Paul.
    Thanks for looking....Cheers,
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    Ok, I said I would do it...here's mine!
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    Wow Julie-Anne...i really like the way you've captured the lil present in the second one...very pretty
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dizzy Photographics View Post
    Wow Julie-Anne...i really like the way you've captured the lil present in the second one...very pretty
    I seen how mudman added one of his so I thought I'd have a go as well. I haven't done still shots for a while. So it was good to have a play.
    Thank you Deb.

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    Finally, St. Nicolas has gone (a local thing, bishop of Myra, long story...), and people are slowly getting into X-mas here. I decided to put up my little tree at my desk today, and since it's just a silly thing, here's my X-mas wish too
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    After the youngest of the kidlets decided to push the tree over and everything fell off the first time we thought we'd try again lol This is the first time in 4 years we've actually had a tree at home so it was a pretty exciting experience for the kids
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