Today’s post is for Project 52, a weekly blog project that I am working on with several other talented photographers whom I’ve come to know over the past year. In this project, we concentrate on light and spend several weeks exploring an overarching theme. For the next four weeks we are taking a break from exploring classical light themes and instead focusing on the beautiful lights that celebrate the holiday season. Today’s image is of this year’s Christmas tree. We are definitely taking advantage of our larger living space and went all out with a giant tree (which required several additional strands of lights and a few dozen new ornaments).* I love it!
And in case the abstract bokeh image doesn’t do it for you, here is a more traditional shot:
Please continue along in our creative blog circle to see today’s image by my friend Erica Collins, who takes fabulous pictures of her five – yes FIVE – gorgeous kids. Click HERE to see Erica’s photo for our holiday edition! And if you have a few minutes, be sure to poke around her website – she’s working on a 365 and I am very impressed.
* In case you are wondering, our tree topper is the Rabbit with Big, Pointy Teeth from Spamalot. Paul and I saw the Broadway show together in 2005 and have used the puppet as a tree topper ever since.