Christmas Tree Glory

The resort we stayed at in the Dominican Republic featured a beautiful Christmas tree in the lobby of each hotel.

I loved the vibrant red that had been placed on the tree as well as the glittery decorations.

At night time, though, the tree’s glory really shone through.

I could never have a Christmas tree like this at home as we do not have the space. So every time we passed the lobby or entered in the space, I enjoyed the tree’s beauty.

I saw this tree most often as it stood in the lobby of the hotel I stayed at. I did have the chance to see many other decorated trees around the resort but this was the one I saw the most.

Do you prefer the tree lighted or unlighted?

Β© Colline Kook-Chun, 2019

(This post is linked to Becky’s Square Challenge. In the spirit of the New Year, why not join in the challenge and share some square photos featuring light.)

16 thoughts on “Christmas Tree Glory

  1. PS btw the theme is actually words ending in light rather than light itself, but hyphenated ones like Christmas-lights are loved as much by me as the flights, starlights and sunlight πŸ™‚


      1. Don’t worry you’re not the only one, and light is a word ending in light! However I am trying to encourage the wider theme, so thank you for being so understanding xx


  2. What a gorgeous Christmas tree! At one time I would have loved to have a tree that size. Now if I need anything more than a step-stool to reach the top, I’m just not interested. At my age, the last thing neither my husband or I need to be doing is climbing ladders.


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