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Saturday, December 24, 2011

Christmas Trees - Krohn Conservatory - Cincinnati, Ohio

Good morning,

Here are more images of our trip to Krohn Conservatory near our home in Cincinnati.  There were many pretty Christmas trees.
This giant tree in the lobby of the Conservatory had been decorated with hand made ornaments made by Park Board members. 
A bird house tree house!  How special. :)
This giant poinsettia tree was the backdrop for many pictures of people visiting the Conservatory.  Beautiful!
Here is My Handsome Honey who is wearing the hat and scarf I made for him for Christmas.  Sometimes you have to open a present early when it gets cold outside.  ;)

Merry Christmas, Everyone!

Lois

10 comments:

Jan n Jer said...

Beautiful...this is the place to go to get into the Christmas spirit! You hubs is a great model for his new hat n gloves! Merry Christmas to you n yours!

Happy Days said...

Beautiful Trees! What a fun place to visit! Wishing you and yours a wonderful Christmas day full of lively spirit! ...debbie

TexWisGirl said...

he is a handsome fellow! i love how the hat and scarf compliment his beard! :)

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

That poinsettia tree is wonderful.

Your husband looks sharp in his hat and scarf.

Merry Christmas to you and your family!

Maple Lane said...

Beautiful pictures, Lois and your husband's hat/scarf are terrific!

I especially love the tree with butterflies.

Have a merry Christmas.

Angela Häring-Christen said...

Dear Lois
I wish you and your family a wonderful Christmas day.
Greetings
Angela

Montanagirl said...

The trees are gorgeous!

River Glorious said...

Very nice pictures. I like the picture of your honey, modeling what his honey gave him. Too bad his honey wasn't also in the picture :)

VP said...

Great Christmas trees! The Poinsettia one is unbelievable! Your husband is right: no sense in leaving scarf and hat under the tree!

Gunn said...

Thanks for sharing!:)
I really enjoyed looking at the nice photos/trees.
Fantastic!