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Old Dec 21, 2013, 12:36 AM   #1
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Some of the decorations on our tree. The first shows why a tripod comes in handy...



So with the camera firmly mounted on the tripod and a Micro Nikkor 55mm and existing light for exposures (the christmas tree lights blinking away make for interesting exposure readings)...
My wife likes to pick up a hand painted glass blown decoration from Germany each year -- I think the brush handler may have had a shot of schnapps



Here you can see the depth of the glass as the sparkles seem to float


This pagoda tower has been in the family for as long as I can remember -- that it has lasted this long is amazing


And what tree would be complete without a Hawaiian Santa belting out the tunes


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....very good, all these are and I like them quite a lot.

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Not only interesting ornaments, but you did a great job in photographing them. I especially like the effect of the sparking glitter floating on the glass above the white layer underneath.
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Not only interesting ornaments, but you did a great job in photographing them. I especially like the effect of the sparking glitter floating on the glass above the white layer underneath.
I was thinking the same thing. Very cool.
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Cool shots..!!
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