A photo collection of Christmas decorations from assorted December travels
I love Christmas decorations. It is uplifting to see creative displays, festive trees, and beautiful lights. Because of travel and gathering restrictions and advisories due to COVID-19, the holiday season will be different for many people this year, but we can still enjoy the decorations, be they in our own homes, on yards and building exteriors in our neighbourhoods, or at special safe exhibitions. It is also nice to remember the various Christmas displays we’ve seen over the years. In this post, I share a collection of Christmas decoration photos I’ve taken at home and on travels during the Christmas season.
Christmas Decorations At Home
And I will close off the tree section of this post with photos of our dogs (sadly no longer with us – they died in 2013 and 2014) snuggled under the tree.
Thanks Carol. Merry Christmas.
Thank you Donna for a lovely visit to Christmas scenes near and far. I miss Cecil and Sydney.
Linda, I miss them too. Those puppies were full of character and love. I still expect one of them to come racing into the kitchen when I accidentally drop a piece of food. And I still hesitate to leave bags of groceries (or anything else) on the floor for longer than a few seconds – I gotten so used their prying noses rifling through everything.
I think a lot of people are going to double down on the decorations, both indoors and out. Make up for all the places we won’t be going.
Ken, I’ve actually decided not to put up a tree this year but I have put out enough other decorations for it to feel festive. I do think, however, that a lot of people are doubling down on decorations this year.
I too love Christmas and Hanukkah decorations! And Halloween, and Easter….. Thanks for sharing!
Tam, I’m glad you enjoyed the photos. I personally don’t decorate much for the other seasons, but I too love seeing the decorations and the creativity of displays.
Lovely photos, Donna. It’s a great idea to review images from past holiday seasons for a little of that “merry and bright” feeling.
Thanks Deb. Looking through past photos certainly did help bring the Christmas spirit feeling.