Christmas Tree

We put up our Christmas tree early this year, actually it was the week before Thanksgiving.  Lee was bored and needing something to do.  We got this tree before she was born, so we are looking at a 12 year old tree.

Canon 5DMkIII, EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens, f/16 at 13sec, 28mm, ISO-100, tripod

Lao ornaments

Canon 5DMkIII, EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens, f/5.6 at 1.6sec, 105mm, ISO-100, tripod

I’m so anal-retentive when it comes to doing something, I’ll keep doing it until I get it right.  So here I am learning to toss and spin pizza dough in the air, only if you could see me in action.  My pizza looks more promising this time, Bo and Lee loved it. I think they only say that because they don’t want me to make pizza again this week.

Canon 5DMkIII, EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens, f/13 at 1/30sec, 73mm, ISO-10000


  1. The pizza looks good! And your Christmas tree looks quite overwhelming! Is not it very early to have Christmas tree finished allready now? (Here we do it the 24th!)

    • Hi Truels, giiid mentioned the same thing in the past also. This one is an artificial tree and most Americans put up their trees (some real trees, and some artificial trees) after Thanksgiving, which is the end of November. We put up the outside Christmas decorations after Thanksgiving also.

  2. The pizza looks good – all different variety in one pizza.

    Out here we have “Pizza My Heart” and I love their “Big Sur”. It’s made with roasted garlic and Portobello mushrooms. Now I’m thinking I could probably make one just like it at home. But not sure if I’ll be able to toss the dough like a pro. 🙂

    • Hi cn, it takes lots of practice, Lee dropped several on the floor. 🙂 So far we are loving this, the roasted garlic and Portobello mushrooms sounds really good. I thought about adding black olive on my topping, I think it will go well with the mushroom.

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