Each year at Christmas, the Chateau Laurier puts on a display of Christmas trees in their lobby and surrounding corridors. Local businesses and organizations make a donation to a hospital foundation, trees are decorated, some with unusual themes, and the trees are a draw for hotel guests and locals alike. Here are some of them, and I have more of them tomorrow.
All the Christmas trees are beautifully decorated. Looks like it is very cold over there.ReplyDelete
So, those are a lot of Christmas trees together!ReplyDelete
...William, a wonderful Christmas tree collection!ReplyDelete
Imagine a curved entranceway like in #2. So beautifulReplyDelete
Beautiful collection of Christmas trees. They all looks so pretty. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas! Have a happy day and week ahead.ReplyDelete
How wonderful to see them all together!ReplyDelete
I don't think I have seen this amount of christmas trees in one post. But that's fine, because there is a lot of variety in this collection. I could even stand more, I think ... ;-)ReplyDelete
@Nancy: it's very cold today!ReplyDelete
@Marianne: a great many.
@Tom: it certainly is.
@Janis: it's quite a staircase.
@Marleen: it is.
@Jan: more to come!
Creativity allows for many very different decorations of the trees.ReplyDelete
What a selection of trees to look at. I would enjoy seeing them all.ReplyDelete
Really a nice selection of Christmas trees, William !ReplyDelete
A wonderful collection of color and light. This Chateau does things right!ReplyDelete
Beautiful Christmas trees!ReplyDelete
@Sharon: I love seeing them each year.
@Karl: they are well done.
@Lowell: it does!
@Norma: they are!
What a wonderful initiative using beautifully decorated trees! Ihope you had a great Christmas. A wonderful week ahead for you. JoReplyDelete
Lovely, William. ThanksReplyDelete
Beautifully decorated trees. Thank you, William!ReplyDelete
Happy after Christmas to you, William. I have spent some time catching up on blog posts and have enjoyed the photos in your recent ones. I have been absent from blog commenting due to recent travels, but hope to return by next week.ReplyDelete
We were "on the road" for 3 weeks from after Thanksgiving till the week before Christmas. It wasn't exactly a vacation, but more of an extended road trip that included checking the VA house and getting some minor repairs completed, then learning the closing date would not happen aa expected (extension requested). We did see friends in DC and attended the USAF band holiday concert. We also went to our granddaughter's 1st birthday party in PA.
I hope that your holidays were joyous and that the coming new year holds wonderful surprises in store (all good).
Hope you're enjoying a good and snowy Christmas!ReplyDelete
Pretty Christmas trees!ReplyDelete
@Jo: thank you!ReplyDelete
@RedPat: they are indeed.
@Cloudia: you're welcome.
@Bill: I enjoyed showing them.
@Beatrice: I've been slowed down considerably this month in terms of online time, which I'm hoping is done in terms of technical issues. I have a lot of catching up to do, and three plus weeks of technical issues means it'll take well into January to get that done.
@Furry Gnome: we got a good deal of snow!
@Linda: very pretty!
Beautiful! ~ New England has had about the same weather as you ~ tis winter!ReplyDelete
Happy New Year to you ^_^
Oh, wow, attractive Christmas Trees.ReplyDelete
That they are.Delete
Christmas tree overload.ReplyDelete
Beautiful photographs William, a wonderful collection.ReplyDelete
All the best Jan