Holiday Traditions - Every year I go to the Nutcracker ballet. I never get tired of it. Now I am sharing the tradition with my daughter.
Canon EOS 20D
Taken the last night of Hannukah at our family party. We all gather with our Menorahs and enjoy the candles lit up.
Last edited by wulf; 12-21-2012 at 05:00 PM. Reason: Oversized image
My Image above is way too big. How do I remove the post and try again???
Canon PS A710 IS ==> Canon Zoom Lens 6X IS: 5.8-34.8mm ---> 35-210mm equivalent; f/2.8-4.8
Sony DSC-W170 ==> Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar Zoom Lens 5X: 5-25mm ---> 28-140mm equivalent; f/3.3-5.2
Building a ginger bread house I believe is traditional...
I have always been the one who made cookies. When my kids were small, we would have a Christmas Cookie Decorating Party, their friends would come over and we would have some of the most unique creations. Now that my kids are grown, my grandaughter has picked up where my kids left off. She helps me make cookies, when she was small she just decorated the cookies. As she is getting older she now cuts out the cookies, puts them in the oven and helps decorate. We still get some unique decorations on our Christmas cookies, some things never change. I am sharing a picture of some of the cookies and of course the mess that goes along with it.
Christmas Cookies | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Assignment: Holiday Tradition
For the few friends who still send actual cards, I make my own cards from my photographs. This is Henri Bendel's holiday window from 2011 with Merry Christmas added ...
Taken on December 20, 2012 at 11.24pm EST (edit)
Camera Canon EOS 7D
Exposure 0.2 sec (1/5)
Focal Length 70 mm
ISO Speed 100
Canon 7D; Canon Rebel XSi; Tamron 18-270; 50mm 1.4; Canon 400mm 5.6, Canon 100mm Macro, Sigma 10-20mm, Speedlight 580EX - and the list keeps growing[/SIZE]
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