Saturday, December 20, 2014

Holiday Ornaments


I love these oversized ornaments I saw hanging in a yard near my house.  They convey the Holiday spirit without all the flickering lights.

They were scattered all around the yard of this home.

A gentle reminder that it's that time of year when we celebrate friends and family.

12 comments:

Thérèse said...

Your first picture says it all! It fits so well the exterior.

llandudnopictures said...

Subtle and tasteful!

Lowell said...

No flickering lights? Yes, but can you see them in the dark? How would you know it's Xmas if it's night?

Just kidding. They're unique in my experience and kinda cute!

Kate said...

I have a crabapple tree in my front yard that I usually decorate with medium size red balls. Very festive, but it got too cold too early to decorate the tree this year. Looks pretty barren. I still silently and anonymously decorate my neighbors two lions at their front door. I often wonder if they have figured out who the "friendly elf" is every year who decorates in the dead of night?!

Judy said...

If you don't have the right kind of tree, decorate the kind of tree you have! Looks nice. I hope you don't get a big wind.

William Kendall said...

That red one's a real beauty!

Catalyst/Taylor said...

I like the look.

cieldequimper said...

Stylish, pretty, subdued, I'm with you.

Here they would get stolen.

Steve Reed said...

Christmas and Arizona just seem weirdly incongruous to me. But then, I guess a lot of people feel that way about Christmas and Florida, too.

RedPat said...

It cheers up the whole neighbourhood I bet!

Randy said...

I love them.

Jack said...

I appreciate the people who give the gift of Christmas decorations to their neighbors and the strangers who pass by.

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