Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Christmas decorations at Picton.

My World, Christmas decorations in Picton.
The big silvery Christmas tree is up on top of the War Memorial in Picton, the lamp posts have their flags flying and baskets of flowers looking quite colourful, so Christmas must be nearly here.
The Foreshore Gardens are looking pretty too, sadly the Champagne Fountain was not playing when I was walking past, but it most likely will be later.
Ours is only a small town so that is about the size of the decorations.
At night the silver tree lights up and flashes many different colours.
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21 comments:

Stephanie V said...

I can see that silver tree being very pretty when it's dark. It's big enough that other decorations aren't really needed.

Rudee said...

Um, I see your grass really is greener ;-).

I like the big silver tree, and I like that it's on top the war memorial.

claude said...

Beautiful Christmas tree.

Turquoise Diaries said...

This is a very lovely and different Christmas tree..

fufu said...

how will it be looked like at night huuh??

rainfield61 said...

Merry Christmas with this big christmas tree.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Glennis: Those decorations are very nice.

Gillian said...

Lovely and festive.

wenn said...

wow..merry xmas..

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

That Christmas tree is quite different from any tree I have seen displayed. I can imagine how beautiful it would look at night. Merry Christmas to you, Glennis.

Cloudia said...

Small town Christmas is lovely, Glennis



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Amrita said...

Love the tree, beautiful!

Sakura said...

wow!
what a christmas tree!
I never see something like that before
:)
thank you for sharing it with us

Pooch Morning Glory said...

very pretty glennis. small town christmas can be very special !
~laura

Friko said...

Your christmas is certainly very different from christmas in the UK. But that's how it is for us bloggers, we roam the world and see how other people live and celebrate and we can all learn from each other. So glad to have met you, thank you for visiting my blog. Wish i had some of your sunshine!

Bananazą“• said...

Nice town peaceful and quiet, cute Xmas tree. Can I make a wish and throw in a coin to the fountain? Merry Xmas

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BJ Roan said...

The tree is beautiful, but seems odd not to see green grass instead of snow. Have a very Merry Christms!

Greener Bangalore said...

Great snaps Glenn and wishing you and family a lovely Christmas and a great New Year!

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This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Glennis: Great to see all the decorations in your warm country.