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Christmas Tree.

I opted for no big tree this year because of the babies. Avi broke a few glass ornaments last year that had Hub's gritting her teeth like Nessa-Nu. The other two babies are crawling now and they touch everything. It was a strategical decision to do the light tree this year.
That's a star burst twinkle effect lens filter you're looking at right now. They're near obsolete now with all the technology in digital imagery, but I kept all mine because one day they'll stop making them, period.

The other dinky tree by the TV.

As usual, I'll probably dismantle everything on Christmas day otherwise I'll be like my mother and leave it up til February.

Hawkes Bay is has been HOT these first few days of summer.
Dislike it very much.

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