Light Up the Night December 10, 2010
During the winter months, the night comes sooner, darkness lasts longer and most things around us are enveloped in shadow.
That is until the snow falls, collects and starts to shimmer. The emerald evergreen branches become heavy with white flakes, accentuating their pyramidal, dense shape. And every single trunk, branch and twig of their deciduous counterparts become outlined in pure, gleaming cotton. It lights up the winter night.
While we aren't lucky enough to get perfect snowflakes that collect and sparkle every day of the winter, during the holidays we get a similar, magical effect as lights outline tree shapes, bringing them to life when they seem the most quiet.Read More