December 9, 2005
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A German pyramid. This version of the "Christmas tree" is also common in Italy.
Christmas in Holland.
"...and a partridge in a pear tree. Must be very good pears!
The Scottish Christmas tree.
This wreath of shells fit this year's Festival of Trees cruise theme...
...as do the ubiquitous flamingo mascots.
This tree is decorated in ornaments made only from Lego blocks.
The train underneath and the Santa are also made of Legos.
Gingerbread house, cruise of the South Seas style.
The roof is made of tied, scorched angel hair, the sides of mini shredded wheat.
Santa is seen relaxing on the beach the day after Christmas.
Notice the Necco wafer roof tiles! Also Starlight mints, gumdrops, Lifesavers, pretzels.
A gingerbread community. Notice the reproduction of the Globe Theatre with flamingos in front!
A hockey-themed tree for the Atlanta Thrashers. Some of the ornaments are tiny Zambonis!
Basketweavers decorated this charming tree.
Atlanta Radio Theatre performance of "The First Christmas Tree in Atlanta."
L to R: Phil Carter, Trudy Leonard, Al Leonard, Clair Kiernan, Karen Barrett
Inset: Daniel Taylor on foley.
Centennial Olympic Park decked out for Christmas.
"Bouncing" snowflakes dart through the fountains.
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