Neighborhood Winter Fruits

These are winter fruits aren’t they? It’s a scene I noticed in a Canadian neighborhood during the winter holidays.

I found it to be quite different and unusual, so I immediately snapped the shot. Deeply in my head itΒ  instantly appeared as a black and white image with selective coloring. … and here it is:

Christmas Art Print featuring the photograph Winter Fruits by Tatiana Travelways

In the cold of the winter when you are out with the camera, seeing something like this is rewarding. I smiled. Whoever did thisΒ  had a great idea! Decorating a leafless common tree with Christmas globes is a bit unusual. You cannot see red and gold winter fruit in a bare tree everyday – can you? πŸ™‚

Neighborhood Winter Fruits Gift Ideas

I think that the neighborhood winter fruits scene can create some inspiring gift ideas for the winter holidays. Here are some of my suggestions. Just click on the images to see all the options.

One idea is a creative greeting card:

Winter fruits greeting card

What about a coffee mug or a note book for the winter holidays? – They are available too πŸ™‚ I agree that small gifts are always more versatile and budget oriented. However, I suggest that the winter fruits image can make an artistic wall decor in any room of your house. Here is how it can look like framed above the living-room sofa:

Neighborhood winter fruits framed art print

Here you can find more Holidays and Celebrations gift ideas.

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6 Comments on “Neighborhood Winter Fruits”

  1. I love your Winter fruits. We have a A couple of Christmas trees in the garden and we often hang baubles to brighten up a winter day. Thank you for sharing with us again. πŸ™‚

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