Project Alicia : WW: Signs of Christmas from Down South

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

WW: Signs of Christmas from Down South

It may still be warm here, but I'm noticing signs of Christmas at every turn.

Evergreens
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Berries
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Holly Leaves
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Mistletoe
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They may not all be super obvious as they blend in with the natural scenery, but they are a sight to behold. Yes, even without the white stuff it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas. (Even got my tree up. Yah me!)

If you are confused about my crazy life, you should know the lakehouse was only a very temporary thing and you can read more about that here. We are starting to get situated in our new home but it is certainly a process.

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56 comments:

  1. Glad to hear that you are settling in. It's also nice to hear that you are seeing signs of the season - where I am, we are just getting around to the *last* season! Except that it is getting colder, and beginning to rain more (Yea!)

    Wishing your family a Merry Christmas in your new state!

    ~EdT.

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  2. Gorgeous photos! Moving and getting settled is such a process... I am glad you are making progress, and hope life returns to "normal" ASAP! :)

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  3. Love those berries, your processing is always so lovely :)
    (sorry if my link comes up twice, I got an error message and I can't see it..feel free to delete if I've doubled up!)

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  4. Looks as though its cold in your part of the world too. Have fun getting settled into your new home, looking forward to a new year filled with new photo adventures !

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  5. Those pictures are gorgeous..I know I always say that!!! :) Merry Christmas Lisha ...

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  6. Merry Christmas! Love the pics. Did you use a texture on the ones of the berries? Looks great!

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  7. Beautiful pictures, my dear! It doesn't look like christmas here that's for sure. Usually, we already have tons of snow on the ground. We have zero!! Im not complaining though!

    In our sea of love

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  8. Beautiful, especially the berries!!

    -:¦:- WW: Myrtle Beach Skywheel -:¦:-

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  9. Love these photos, Lish! I especially love the berries. You and Rebecca take such lovely winter berry photos. :)

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  10. It looks like fall to me. Enjoy the warm weather!

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  11. Seriously? Your first true "Christmas in the South" post and you didn't dress a palmetto bug in little reindeer ears or other Christmas finery?? There may still be time to put a little tiny New Year's eve hat on one!!!! So totally joking - the readers who aren't southerners probably think I am out of my mind. But you get it, right? Merry Christmas; beautiful shots!!!!

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  12. Good morning!
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  13. Those are such great visual signs of the changing season! It's astonishing we don't have snow everywhere here in MN. I think it's keeping me from getting into the spirit of things!

    ~Mimi

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  14. Gorgeous pictures, as always! LOVE that shot of holly leaves and mistletoe! It's Christmas, indeed.

    Happy holidays to you and your family, Alicia!

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  15. What beautiful images!
    Thank you for hosting!
    Kerry at HouseTalkN

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  16. Beautiful photos! We're without snow so far this year too, which is odd for Southwestern Pennsylvania. We've had some flurries but nothing is sticking around too long.

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  17. So beautiful! I especially love the holly.

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  18. I love the mistletoe!!!Hope you have settled into your home more!

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  19. Those are beautiful shots. The mistletoe one is my favorite.

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  20. Love the pictures of the berries. Merry Christmas.

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  21. Gorgeous pictures. I just loved the mistletoe, it goes great with my WW post for today :-)

    Send me a picture of your Christmas tree, and I will publish it! More details here

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  22. just beautiful - I really enjoyed seeing these!!

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  23. Love the photos and have taken some VERY SIMILAR of red berries this year! May have to use them for next week's WW

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  24. Glad your tree is up. Merry Christmas to you and yours.

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  25. Your photos are very beautiful! Hope all is well and hopefully you are already enjoying your new home!

    Have a Merry Christmas!

    xoxo
    Verena

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  26. So pretty and festive! I want to see more of your house :)

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  27. Those are also such beautiful shots, even without the white stuff. Hope your enjoying every moment in your new home. Merry Christmas!

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  28. Beautiful photos! The berries are so pretty. Glad there are signs of the holidays down south and so happy to hear you are getting a bit more settled in your home. I hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas holiday! Merry Christmas!!

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  29. Gorgeous photos Alicia. I am always inspired by your work.

    Merry Christmas!!!

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  30. Glad to hear your tree is up and your settling in!

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  31. I often get the feeling I need you to come decorate my house.

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  32. I love that in spite of the lack of snow, you've found perfect signs of Christmas. :) Hope you have a Very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, Alicia!

    Celebrating with Chuck

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  33. gorgeous, gorgeous photos! merry christmas!

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  34. gorgeous photos.....i really love the pops of red with the holly berries. happy holidays! thanks for hosting.

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  35. keep thinking about your transition down south and how different it is from Iowa... praying that this Christmas season brings you abundant wonder at this new (albeit strange) southern location you find yourself in... when I moved from DC to GA - it was a transition too :)

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  36. wowwww!!! love you pictures. especially the evergreen one!!!congratulation. you have talent!

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  37. Gorgeous pictures. You've got me inspired to grab my camera and go outside!

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  38. At least there are signs that you can find. Glad you are getting ready for Christmas. Moving is a lot of work.

    http://theapels.blogspot.com/2011/12/ww-santa-and-pink-poodles-linky.html

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  39. Love that first one and the berry photos Alicia. They're gorgeous.

    Hope you're getting settled in xx

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  40. Gorgeous...and I'm sure glad y'all are getting settled. Have a fantastic Christmas, my friend!

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  41. Coming to your blog just makes me happy. Seriously. There is just something about it that draws me in and makes me feel peaceful. Happy Holidays, Alycia!

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  43. I love the holly! you always amaze me, not only with your camrea skills, but moving again & still have time to put up a tree & take time to photograph the local scenery. send me some of that energy! wishing your family the best of the Christmas season.

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  44. These pictures perfectly evoke the winter holiday season. Thanks for sharing them, & have a holly-jolly WW, a Merry Christmas, & a Happy New Year!

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  45. Gosh these are gorgeous!!! Love them. Sorry I am so late visiting it has been a long day!

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  46. Thank you for posting on my WW! I just love all of these shots, they are impeccable. My absolute favorite is the tones on the berry shots!

    Amy
    love-bug-blog.com

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  47. So glad you are getting settled! Merry Christmas to your family.

    Tiffany

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  48. Merry Christmas my friend.I hope your holiday is as sweet as you are xo

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  49. Very pretty, Happy Holidays!

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