Sunday Trees – Contrast


Sunday Trees – Contrast


For today’s Sunday Trees I have two contrasting photos.

The first one is an elaborately decorated live tree. It was for the Christmas season in Columbia Missouri. It has all the colors of the rainbow along all the many branches, and lit up against the dark night sky, it was beautiful

The next photo you could say is absent of any color. It is our neighbor’s tree with all the branches covered in thick white ice, and is also beautiful.



Thanks for visiting! Peace ☮️

© 2019 BS

10 responses »

    • Thanks! It was amazing to see the lit up tree, but I do love seeing ice covered trees. We get ice storms sometimes here and they get just coated and are so pretty! 🙂

  1. They are both lovely in their different ways, but the beautiful ice tree is my favourite.

    • Thanks! It is so amazing to see every little branch covered in ice on all the trees around here when we get an ice storm. Glad you liked seeing this one. 🙂

    • haha! Makes you wonder what the squirrels and other animals really do think of all our many holiday decorations …lights, noise, hoop-la disrupting their normal activities! 🙂

  2. Both are beautiful. I wonder how long it took to decorate that tree with all those lights. Nature can compete with the nicest of human decorating, as shown by the icy tree!

    • I don’t know, but it’s a yearly tradition there to decorate the trees. There are lots more in that little area that we visited, all so pretty.
      Yes, the simplicity of the ice on the trees…no electricity used! 🙂

  3. I apologize for the delay – I have been out of pocket for the last 3 weeks; I have been on vacation. Thank you for linking your post; I appreciate your sharing. 😀

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