Friday, December 14, 2007

Tripping the LIGHT Fantastic



Oh the first day of Christmas, my true love took me to see
A huge, lighted Opryland tree.

Every year, the Opryland Hotel festoons the trees, shrubs - and poles - around the main entrance to the property with a light display like no other. In July, the horticulturists start hanging the more-than-two-million lights in preparation for Country Christmas. The lights above turn an ordinary flag pole into a twinkling holiday tree.

Tomorrow I'll show you another view and tell you a little more of what goes on at Opryland.

6 comments:

oldmanlincoln said...

Wow. That is beautiful, and elegant and probably a little lavish. I like your photo of it too.

NorthBayPhoto said...

Beautiful tree!

Thanks for visiting my NorthBayPhoto blog. A cold winter is always quite fun. Tonight it's only supposed to go to -24C but with the windchill it's supposed to get to -40C. Time to bundle up.

quintarantino said...

That is simply magnificent. Loved it.

Me said...

What a beautiful shot. Wow, that must be something to see that in person. Way to go Chris, neat post!

Jim said...

Great picture. It looks huge.

Ming the Merciless said...

Amazing Christmas lights. Why am I not surprised the Opryland go all the way out with the decorations.