TREE HUNTING

November 28, 2012








Over the holiday weekend, my family and I went on a search for the perfect Christmas tree. The air was still, snow lightly falling and temperatures just above 30 degrees...the perfect mix for a pleasant NY tree hunt. 



19 comments:

  1. Love these pictures! Especially the last one! What font did you use on the first picture?- its lovely!

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    1. Hi Tiffany! It's called copperplate. I tried to look it up so I'm not sure if it comes standard in photoshop or not. I only download free fonts, but can't seem to find this one online.

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  2. ahh. I've wanted a snowwy tree hunt for as long as I can remember. You'd think living in Canada we'd at least get that!! Your photos are so beautiful.

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  3. These are lovely. I've been debating when to get our tree, wasn't sure how long they last and it's our first real one!

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    1. Just keep watering the tree, it will last all season. :)

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  4. now that's the way to get a tree! yowza! so beautiful!!
    j.

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  5. Beautiful day! We're going to pick a tree this weekend, and I'm so thrilled. Best time of year!

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  6. Gosh, what a perfect winter day...

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  7. Your pictures are beautiful. I'd love to have the chance to go tree hunting like this, but here in Paris we only have stores in the city...

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  8. These pictures are stunning! We bought ours last night.

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  9. Simply beautiful. I live in south america and your photos almost look like a dream to me.
    No snow in christmas here.
    Thanks for showing!
    :D

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  10. Great pics! What camera or/and lens did you use? I wish we had snow.... Only in the mountains;).

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  11. So beautiful! We cut down our tree for the first time this year & I wish I could've captured the moment like you did!

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  12. dawn {bellavisione}December 26, 2012 at 7:58 PM

    the beginning of a lovely family holiday tradition...so good to see you here again : )

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