Weekly Photo Challenge: Celebration

weekly photo challenge No. 45: CELEBRATION
X = X-mas tree, glass sculpture
photo shot in Venice by FrizzText
Every year in Europe (and on other continents) we can watch various kinds of Christmas celebrations on the streets; mostly they present big trees. This unique Xmas tree was made of glass, seen in Venice …
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feel free to add in the comments the link to your own interpretation of this week’s topic CELEBRATION
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cities in Germany are celebrating Christmas …
1old house with tree2Xmas-bakery
3merry-go-round4lights in the trees
4 photos via flickr.com by Frizztext – click on the images to enter my photo collection…

related:
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http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2011/12/09/weekly-photo-challenge-celebration/

About frizztext

websites: 1 - my daily wordpress blog "flickrcomments" at FLICKRCOMMENTS, 2 - photo pool at frizztext, 3 - flickr group BLOG IT!, 4 - twitter, 5 - my guitar, 6 - about.me

63 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Celebration

  1. Brandon

    That is a really gorgeous Christmas tree. http://wp.me/pdJ7S-rK

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  2. theWomanAtTheWell

    Happy holidays Frizz, this is a beautiful tree. Good photo for topic. Love your gift of song. May the spirit of the season bless you and your family. -watw

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  3. Oh it’s beautiful, trust the Italians to think of that!

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  4. planaquarium

    What a unique tree – and nice performance as well! Thank you for sharing.

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  5. That is one fabulous tree! It must be beautiful in person. Will have to show my sister who loves glass.

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  7. Venetian Glass! Perfect.

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  8. How beautiful the tree is !

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  9. Beautiful! Very calming to watch. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Love that tree. Thanks for making that your picture.

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  12. Very cool. I love how Christmas trees are becoming more and more creative by the year.

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  13. Beautiful! Thanks for Silent Night, I’m a guitar player too and Christmas carols are the best.
    http://www.nantuckettiechic.com/2011/12/293-celestial-celebrations.html

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  14. A very beautiful kitchen, lovely guitar music and a great celebration posting. Well done and thank you for sharing. :)

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  15. Northern Narratives

    Wow, such a beautiful glass tree and your lovely music make a great holiday :)

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  16. Great guitar playing! Maybe I should bring my bass & come for a visit! :D

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  18. I would say you don’t need to practice the guitar at all – it was a very beautiful rendition of ‘Stille Nacht’. A real treat!
    thanks for sharing this celebratory post – and if I don’t have a chance to say it beforehand – frohe Weihnachten!

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  21. Wow, that’s a very special Christmas tree – I like it – although in my house I prefer a traditional, natural one… ;)

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  22. Gorgeous Christmas tree indeed. Merry Christmas Frizztext :) Thanks for the ping back

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  23. I also celebrate.Great image. Have a great weekend.

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  24. Wouldn’t you know, Venice would come through with the most glamorous of all!

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  25. Nandini

    It’s so nice to look at. Amazing creativity. :)

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  26. Such a wonderful tree!

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  27. Wonderful tree! Happy holidays!

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  28. Amar Naik

    amazing. thanks for sharing

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  29. Reminds me of the wonderful old bottle trees on Mississippi backroads! Talk about truly celebrating in a non-commercial, heartfelt manner that was somehow an honest expression of what the people felt in their hearts for Christmas! Of course, the Venetian glass (pretty logical in that location, right?) tree is breathtaking. Thanks for sharing!

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  31. Oh, I really like that Xmas tree…

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  32. Greetings to you in Venice and thank you for the beautiful colours of Christmas light!

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  33. Great tune for Christmas Eve Time for PEACE AND JOY thank you for sharing :)

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  34. Thats something truly unique :) Great post!

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  35. I love how your wife also gave us an organic tour to enjoy along with your music. Very nice treat! Thanks!

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  36. love the colours and tones of the second one – but they are all great shot

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  37. Cool tree! Is it Morano glass? :-)

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  39. So innovative….very very beautiful!

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  40. thirdhandart

    Beautiful video (love the bright, artistic kitchen and the soothing music)! The glass Christmas tree is also amazing. Great entry!

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  41. Cheryl

    Wow, unusual, creative and beautiful tree!

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  43. That’s a v cool tree. In Melbourne they had one about 2 storeys high made out of metal sections to look like a real tree – very different and cool!

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  44. Thank you for such a nice gift.. I loved the decorated room .. it has Christmas all over

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  45. Brilliant! Thanks for sharing your photos.
    Greetings from Switzerland,
    - Pierre

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  47. Very unique christmas tree, it’s beautiful; I’d love to see it in person.
    I enjoyed your rendition of Silent Night Dietmar, thank you!.

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  48. Oh yeah, the spirit of Christmas is all here now — undeniably!

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  50. jbheronneau

    Very nice shots…
    I love the tree of glass!
    Very good picture :)

    And thanx for the guitare play ;)

    Here is my job for this week… Hope you’ll enjoy! Didn’t have much time this time :(
    But I always try my best :)
    http://jibsphotography.wordpress.com/2011/12/15/weekly-photo-challenge-celebration/

    Bye

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