Wednesday, December 14, 2011

A Small Gift

You have to click on this image to get the full impact of it. When Michael and I were driving around in a neighborhood, we came across this tree in a corner lot. This is a tree that one individual took hours to complete. There were no wires that could be seen. I can't imagine how many thousands of lights this is...or how much patience it took to do this.

And, it was done to bring a smile and an "Ohhh!" of holiday magic to anyone who drives by. Freely given to all.

I do not know the people who did this, just that I'm glad that I happened upon the gift, sitting out in the yard, free for the taking.

Thank you, Sir, for your gift of light. The image that makes this year's holiday for me.

Namaste' Till Next Time,
Holly aka She Who Is Amazed

6 comments:

Eva Gallant said...

How beautiful!

Just Stuff From a Boomer said...

Wow! You were right. With it bigger you can see the individual lights. What patience that took and how stunning it is. Just gorgeous.

Miss Robyn said...

amazing. this gift of patience & a task obviously of love. thankYOU for sharing xo

Joanna Jenkins said...

I'd be driving past that gorgeous tree every night. What a massive undertaking those lights were. Wow. Good for whoever did it..... And glad I don't have to take them off when the time comes ;-)

Thanks for the beautiful picture. xoxox jj

Alison said...

Isn't it LOVELY?

Sara said...

It is silly of me really, but I didn't realize what this was until I clicked it to enlarge. So many things went through my mind first. What a lovely tree... a true gift to all who happen upon it. Much like you Holly. :)

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