Belly of Lights

Thursday, January 5 | |

Kodak CX7430 , aperture at f2.70, shutter speed at 1/45 sec., focal length of 34mm, no flash, ISO 400, 01/01/06 at 08:32pm

The longest Christmas is celebrated here in the Philippines. That is why it is not surprising to see Christmas lights and Christmas trees like this one, still put up during this time. This picture shows the the belly of the Christmas tree I saw inside the UST campus in Manila. After hearing the last evening mass on New Year's Day, I decided to take a close look at the belly of this wonderful tree of lights which stood at more than 14 feet.


bayi said...

This looks more like a kaleidoscope image, which is reflective of the spirit of Christmas.

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