Xmas Tree Ornaments

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Xmas Tree Ornaments

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Macro and the xmas tree!

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Niiiice!hiccup!

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I want a Dalek in mine! ;-)

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Great! One year I will also decorate our tree in Star Wars style.
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Tamron 72E 90mm 2.8 Macro
Sony 35mm 1.8 Sony
Sony 55-300mm and 55-200mm

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Very Christmas like. Very colorful and cheerful.

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Sweet, the USS Enterprise!

How come you already put up your tree?

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Tree always goes up after Thanksgiving holiday . Outside Xmas lights too!
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Tamron 72E 90mm 2.8 Macro
Sony 35mm 1.8 Sony
Sony 55-300mm and 55-200mm

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I see. As Thanksgiving is an American holiday and I'm not American, I wasn't aware of this tradition. Thank you for explaining.

We start working on a tree in the second half of december most of the time.

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:lol: Yes an American holiday. Plus the 3 boys can never wait. I see you are in the Netherlands. Fun to talk to people around the world! Some people here actually have had there tree up since November first.. That is too early :o
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Believe me, we have those people here too :lol:

Here in the Netherlands, and some Belgians too, celebrate a holiday on the 5th of December which is as exiting for all the children as Christmas is for American children. I think that's the reason we're a little later with starting with Christmas than you.

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A65 16mm-50mm 2.8
Tamron 72E 90mm 2.8 Macro
Sony 35mm 1.8 Sony
Sony 55-300mm and 55-200mm

My mind is a raging torrent, flooded with rivulets of thought cascading into a waterfall of creative alternatives.
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