Merry Christmas

Camera: Zero Image 2000 PinholeFilm: Kodak Portra 400

Camera: Zero Image 2000 Pinhole
Film: Kodak Portra 400

Merry Christmas everyone. A slightly different spin, pun intended, on Tree Tuesday. Your eyes do not deceive you, that is in fact a rotating Christmas tree. A novelty that I am not sure ever really caught on, as I’ve never seen or heard of anyone else having one. My parents do though. I can remember when they brought it home when I was a kid, my mom proclaiming that ‘we can now enjoy all the Christmas ornaments!’ That’s right, no more hiding the ugly ones in the back of the tree for this family! Sure its was a bit weird at first having a rotating tree, but its really grown on me over the years.

Happy Tree Tuesday, a weekly celebration of trees. Feel free to join in on the celebration, the more the merrier. 

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About jsodphotography

Seattle based film photographer. Recording light through a pinhole, Holga, and various 35mm cameras.
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6 Responses to Merry Christmas

  1. jesusjoglar says:

    I liked a lot the idea of the ugly ornaments hiding!!
    Nice photograph to wish a Merry Christmas!!!

  2. lexymeliss says:

    What a neat tree, hope you enjoyed the holidays.

  3. gretchen says:

    I thought that you were standing behind the tree and turning it yourself….wouldn’t that be the analogue way?

  4. Happy Tree Tuesday, though it’s Sunday now… I just had to take a little break….. 😉

  5. Too funny! Never heard of such a thing!

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