December 2, 2015

"The wonders of Christmas...



"William Penn Inn"
Gwynned, Pennsylvania
(Samsung Galaxy)

As  I sat at the red light, waiting for it to turn green I wondered.  How is it I can't get even ONE strand of lights to continually stay fully lit?!?  Just adds to the many wonders of Christmas.






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21 comments:

  1. There aren't a lot of things on my "If I was rediculously rich I'd do this" list....but having someone put lights on my trees so they look like this at Christmas is one of them!!!

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  2. Lovely lights sparkling in the dark.

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  3. I, too, took a picture the other night as I was stopped at the light. I wondered how many men with big ladders it took to put up all of those lights. I thought it was beautiful.

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  4. William Penn Inn is always beautiful at Christmas season... all year around for that matter. My dad stayed at Foulkeways, just around the corner from them - do you know it?
    Thanks for the memories of "back home", and for linking up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/11/sparkling-crystal.html

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  5. Wow, what a stunning Christmas setting.

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  6. That place is just beautiful. Perfect Christmas setting. And YES about those lights. One strand was working just fine, so I get it all wound around my bannister, plug it in: nada. nothing. no lights. Then one strand I put on the exterior, 8 lights decide to go out at the same time!! Right in front of my door of course. I've decided lights will be the husbands duty each year from now on. :)

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  7. A absolutely fantastic image! So lovely!
    http://travelingbugwiththreeboys-kelleyn.blogspot.com/2015/12/cold-corner-view.html

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  8. Wow! You captured an amazing image!! Love it!

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  9. Beautiful, and after fighting with Christmas tree lights for a week..I totally feel your pain.

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  10. Beautiful! I tried this with one of our trees last year and after five branches (and small ones at that), gave up!

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  11. Lights? Am glad I can give that job to hubby - it's beyond me:) The lighted tree is stunning!

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  12. WOW! Looks fabulous but I wouldn't want to be the guy unravelling the lights for that one!

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  13. That would be a 'stays up all year long' decorating endeavor. Fabulous decorating.

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  14. It's definitely that time of year! Great shot for monochrome.

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  15. You can't?! That really is strange. That is one gorgeous looking tree. Wow. Good shot with a phone.

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  16. such a festive setting...holiday is pretty near :)

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  17. I can't even fathom the detail work of this. I can barely light my tree. This is gorgeous, though.

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