WW is a simple blog post featuring a photo which conveys a message that speaks for itself without using words.
For all the rule breakers, of which I am one, please feel free to add all the words you want.
Make sure you leave a link to your post and I’ll visit your Wordless Wednesday post.
Image Credit: Click on Image
Linking up with a bunch of fantastic peeps from the blogosphere who host Wordless Wednesday – Betty, Steve, Natasha, image-in-ing, Esha, Zina, Xmas Dolly, Keith, Cathy, Sara, CatSynth, and Suzana.
95 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday”
Wonderful tree! The red baubles look perfect!
Happy WW and thank you for the linking!
I would love to have our tree decorated like that. 🙂
After you do this, share with us an image!
Not necessary the snow! 🙂
Beautiful “real” Christmas tree! Happy WW!!!!!
Thanks for linking up, Skye. It’s nice to meet you. Happy WW. 🙂
What a beautiful photo very seasonal 🙂
Have a baubletastic safe WWS and week 😷😷😷
I’m in Christmas mode, Steve. Will be until Christmas is over. You have a baubletastic WW and week too. 🙂
Almost as beautiful as you, Athena. 🙂
Love the red and white combination. Beautiful decoration.
I agree, Nancy. I love red very much. A festive color. 🙂
Beautiful photo. The red baubles against the white snow look perfect.
I think so too. Happy Wednesday. 🙂
I love the red and white contrast! Happy cold Wednesday!
Me too. It’s most beautiful. 🙂
How pretty. Those red balls are a nice pop of color on a cold winter day.
They sure are, Ann. Happy Wednesday. 🙂
That tree looks so beautiful and festive!
Good spot to leave some peemail, Miss Molly. 🙂
Love the gorgeous photo. How festive!
Happy Wednesday, Sandee!
Yes it is and the snow tops it off. Happy Wednesday, Veronica. 🙂
Oh yes, we love that photo. So pretty and such a great photo idea.
I know. I would love to do this to our tree. 🙂
Just right for a natural Christmas!
Our neighbor puts ornaments in their tree. Not this pretty though. 🙂
this is the perfect opportunity to tell you about my MIND… the first thing I thought about the beautiful red balls on the beautful icy tree, was how did they get the balls up there? did they put a ladder in dangerous slick snow and climb it? has this been photoshopped? see what I mean, I am DIFFERENT
There are people that decorate their trees and yes with ladders. Way to risky for me. I love your mind. 🙂
I agree, Margret. 🙂
Sandee ~ tried to correct my link and linky would not allow me to do so ~ Can you help?
So elegant and lovely is your holiday tree photo ~ ^_^
Don’t know what is happening on blogger but seems to be working now ~ thanks ^_^
Xox to you and hubby ~ from Angel and me on Cape Ann MA
Thank you, Carol. This is a most unique decoration of a tree. 🙂
I fixed it, Carol. Not to worry. 🙂
In this gals mind there is nothing more bright and merry than red Christmas ornaments
I hear you. When I decorated everything was red and gold. Lots of red. Hugs. 🙂
A beautiful picture, but a bit cold!
Yes it’s cold. I’m not a fan of winter. 🙂
That is such a beautiful and festive Christmas scene!
I love all the neat ideas folks come up with. 🙂
That is beautiful. Thanks for hosting. Have a great day! XO
I thought so too and the snow makes it even prettier. 🙂
What a pretty image! We are expecting our first real snowfall of the year later today. We’re supposed to get between 12 an 18 inches. Glad to be working from home these days. 🙂
Happy Wordless Wednesday, Sandee! Thank you for hosting, as always.
I’m not a fan of snow. It’s pretty, but dangerous in my view. 🙂
What a beautiful idea. In a snowy area it would be a welcome slash of color, but on this gloomy December day it would be a mess. I’m bad a Wordless Wednesday. I don’t do wordless anything well! ha
That’s why I allow words on my Wordless Wednesday. I’m a rule breaker. 🙂
Meower Ms. Sandee that is a lovely tree! Very festive.
Thank you for hosting this blog hop, Purrseidon
I’ve always wanted to decorate my tree our front. Don’t know how though. 🙂
How beautiful and Christmasy! Happy Wednesday!
It’s that time of year, but I’m ready for spring. 🙂
I received your comment on my blog but when I click on link to my blog on your link list ~ it does not work ~ ???? Can you correct it??? I couldn’t ~ thanks
I’ve been having trouble opening your site of late. I have to use chrome. I’ll try to fix the link. 🙂
I thought so too. 🙂
Superb! That’s what I think: any tree can be decorated for the holidays. The spirit of Christmas is present anyway.
Have a fine day and stay safe!
I think so too and one can decorate a tree year around. You stay safe too, Zina. 🙂
So festive. I love the contrast of the white and red. It’s almost abstract.
Happy Holidays and Happy WW!
(PS – As I do a regular WW linky I’m happy to be another co-host if you’re looking for more 🙂 )
I’m always looking for more. What do you want me to do? 🙂
Gorgeous photo of tree and red baubles ~ ^_^
Xox to you and hubby ~ from me and Angel on Cape Ann MA
Live each moment with love,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
I think this is a wonderful tree decoration. 🙂
So very festive. Thanks for sharing.
Yours is more festive today, Patrick. Thanks for linking up. 🙂
What a Happy tree! Have a lovely day! xoxo
We like happy here. 🙂
Love the red baubles against the white snow!
It’s very pretty indeed. 🙂
What a pretty tree!!! The red balls against the snowy background look so nice.
Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber
I thought so too. Thanks for joining in on the fun. 🙂
snow and red balls, what a festive decoration.
It’s most beautiful indeed, Klara. 🙂
What beautifully festive outdoor holiday decorations. Love it!
I love these kinds of decorations. 🙂
Very nice! And perfect! I imagine the five elements of nature: water, wood, fire, metal and earth.
I wish you a wonderful day! ❤️
I thought this was a very unique idea. 🙂
So very pretty!
Thanks again for adding a link.
Hope your day has been a good one. <3
You’re most welcome, Barbara. 🙂
Awesome,mines up and it’s a christmas scene as well.
Be right over, Mike. 🙂
Wonderful! 🎄 xo
There are so many wonderful sights this time of year. 🙂
What a great shot! The chiaroscuro lighting really makes the whole photo po!
I LOVE it!
I love it too, Barb. Big hug, honey. 🙂
How festive! Hard to believe it’s almost here.
I know it. This year has been different, but it’s passed by so very quickly. 🙂
As we endure a snowstorm…
It rained all night long here and we’re happy about that. 🙂
A beautiful Christmas-decorated tree!
I thought so too. 🙂
Those are big cranberries.
If you say so, Kismet. You make me laugh often. Thank you for that. 🙂
I bought some similar ornaments for our horse chestnut tree and then a tool to help put them up. While 20 baubles doesn’t seem enough now, taking them down after the New Year will post a challenge. It should prove interesting. Heh… ~hugs~
We don’t do ladders anymore. Hugs, my friend. 🙂
It’s beginning to feel a lot like X’mas and I am loving all your images, including the header images, dearest Sandee.
Merry X’mas and Happy holidays dearest and I hope you are going to have some mulled wine and egg-nog. <3 xoxo
Thanks for linking up and thanks for the kudos. Hugs back. 🙂
Snow is definitely Christmas and that tree is so lovely decorated with big red balls 🙂
I appreciate your link at ‘My Corner of the World’ this week! Thanks for joining us!
Nice to see you, Betty. I’m glad I found you. Have a great weekend. 🙂