Wednesday, December 23, 2009

A Merry Steveston Christmas to you

Call me old-fashioned but nothing beats traditional evergreens for making any building more festive at Christmas.

Chains, wreaths, and garlands made of garden trimmings can perk up even the simplest facades.

In my meanderings through the village, three store fronts impressed me most with their classic lines and rich display of the season's colours - sumptuous greens, regal silver, the muted red of velvet bows, and the highly polished red of bells and berries - interwoven with softly glowing LED lights.

The morning I took these photos was bitter cold. My fingers were numb even before I (reluctantly) pulled them out of my gloves to push the shutter button. I hope they bring you joy and that incomparable Christmas feeling.


Prickly Pear Garden Centre with cascades of leaves


Heringer's clock - wrapped in a cloak of winter greens


Heringer's Fine Meats' windows sporting the traditional Christmas look


Steveston WineMakers looking cozy and inviting

1 comment:

  1. All that matters is positioning. Not right and wrong. And they pushed me into each offense in prior lives to allow them to justify each element within the context of reality.
    The Matrix:::A reason within the context of positioning and the god's real reason. In this case it was convienient for the gods to make it happen, for they manufactured a fall guy.
    Had the gods been respectable and followed through on their promise of freewill Planet Earth wouldn't have a mere 300 years left. We would have 10,000 more years coming to us. There would be so much decency still it would have angered the gods, for their strategy wasn't progressing at their desired clip. So they forced decay and ensured a rapid closure to this planet's demise.
    So many would say "No.". Mom would have told them no. People everywhere would have done the right thing and protected their children, instead of sacrificing them like they were getting the time the poor child lost.

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