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How Superman SEES Christmas TREES December 24, 2011

Posted by nrhatch in Art & Photography, Blogging.
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Thanks to Linda at Books, Photographs, and Artwork for sharing this Christmas Tree X-Ray!

And to Geekologie for getting the X-Ray rolling through Cyber Space.

Related post:  Sidey’s Weekend Theme . . . Decorate!

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1. Tilly Bud - December 24, 2011

I love this!

nrhatch - December 24, 2011

It’s pretty cool . . . and probably makes parents happy that THEIR kids don’t have x-ray vision. 😉

2. BrainRants - December 24, 2011

Must make Christmas kind of underwhelming for him.

nrhatch - December 24, 2011

X~actly! 😉

3. Julie Hedlund - December 24, 2011

Strangely beautiful. Thanks for sharing!

nrhatch - December 26, 2011

Rather ethereal.

4. granny1947 - December 24, 2011

Very unusual…once again…have a wonderful Christmas.

nrhatch - December 26, 2011

Hope yours was GRAND, Gran.

5. colonialist - December 24, 2011

Haha! That would spoil a lot of the fun!
Merry Christmas!

nrhatch - December 26, 2011

A child with x-ray vision could start a business . . . X-amining pkgs. for friends for a reasonable fee. 😉

6. Rufus' Food and Spirits Guide - December 24, 2011

I think this is also how Katherine sees Christmas trees! Merry Christmas.

nrhatch - December 26, 2011

Women’s intuition might even surpass X-ray vision as a Super Power. 😉

7. Tori Nelson - December 24, 2011

I like to think of Santa as a stealthy gift ninja of sorts 🙂

nrhatch - December 26, 2011

X-actly! High – ya!!!

8. Andra Watkins - December 24, 2011

Ghostly and pretty.

nrhatch - December 26, 2011

A different perspective.

9. SidevieW - December 24, 2011

Very good. In fact, transparent 😉

Have a happy and peaceful Christmas

nrhatch - December 26, 2011

Thanks, Sidey. Hope you enjoyed your day yesterday. We X-hausted ourselves having FUN.

10. Sandra Bell Kirchman - December 24, 2011

One of the online roleplaying games I play, similar to others like it, has a reincarnation of sorts when a player character dies. In this game, everything goes ghostly and dark. You can see through people and objects. It’s actually quite ethereal.

And it’s a very similar effect to this tree. I love the afterlife effect of it. Thanks for sharing it. Hope everyone in your part of the blogosphere has a great Christmas. I know my family certainly is.

nrhatch - December 26, 2011

Wonderful time, Sandra. And, yes, ethereal.

11. Carl D'Agostino - December 24, 2011

Maybe he could part-time at JFK airport.

nrhatch - December 26, 2011

He could ferret out terrorists with ease.

12. kateshrewsday - December 24, 2011

That. Is. Classic.

Showing it to Mad and Felix the moment they wake up tomorrow morning!

nrhatch - December 26, 2011

X~cellent! Hope they find the concept X~citing. 😀

13. jakesprinter - December 24, 2011

Great Entry my friend Happy Christmas to you
and your family as well 🙂

nrhatch - December 26, 2011

Thanks, Jake!

14. jannatwrites - December 24, 2011

I love this picture! Good thing the kids don’t have X-ray vision becasue wrapping gifts in lead would be a pain 🙂

nrhatch - December 26, 2011

Especially if you dropped the box on your foot!

15. Lian - December 25, 2011

Haha, I love it! Wouldn’t it be great if you could X-ray view your presents?

nrhatch - December 26, 2011

I would have LOVED that ability as a teen and pre-teen. The wait was interminable!

16. sweetdaysundertheoaks - December 25, 2011

Very Cool! My computer pooped out yesterday morning and CH’s keyboard is funky and sloooow. So I am going to wish You and Yours a Merry Little Christmas Nancy!!!

nrhatch - December 26, 2011

Hope you had a lovely day, Pixie! I didn’t turn my computer on until we returned home from the festivities. Good to have a day away from the keyboard on occasion.

17. Alannah Murphy - December 25, 2011

Poor Superman, he is never surprised by what gifts he gets lol

Cool photo!

Blessed Be Nancy.

nrhatch - December 26, 2011

Thanks, Alannah. Blessed be!

18. ceceliafutch - December 25, 2011

Simple beauty. Love it. Merry Christmas to you and yours. AND, may the new year bring plenty, love, joy, understanding, and all things good to your home. 🙂

nrhatch - December 26, 2011

Thanks, Cecilia. Here’s to having plenty of Light, Love, and Miracles!

19. jeanne - December 25, 2011

Is that what we look like to the TSA if we are filled with the Holiday Spirit? Wouldn’t that stir things up?

nrhatch - December 26, 2011

X-Actly! “Sir, I’ve X-amined your bags . . . and must commend you for X-emplary packing, shopping, and gift wrapping!”

20. nrhatch - December 25, 2011

We’re home, happy, and . . . oh-so-tired. I’ll read all your lovely comments and respond tomorrow.

M~E~R~R~Y C~H~R~I~S~T~M~A~S!

21. spilledinkguy - December 26, 2011

Absolutely love it!
(I knew there was a reason I wore my long underwear today)!
🙂

nrhatch - December 26, 2011

Ha Ha! That would make for an interesting X-ray! 😛

22. Jackie L. Robinson - December 26, 2011

Beautiful and filled with love-evoking energy from any perspective! xo

nrhatch - December 26, 2011

X-actly!

23. Gobetween - December 26, 2011

Cool – it saves time on unwrapping presents to find out what is inside.

nrhatch - December 26, 2011

BFF and I bought each other chocolate (and lots of it!) for Christmas . . . we didn’t bother to wrap it.

And we are enjoying each delectable bite.

24. cuhome - December 26, 2011

Very creative!!!!

nrhatch - December 26, 2011

Surprisingly beautiful too.

25. bluebee - December 28, 2011

Takes no-peeping to a whole new level…

nrhatch - December 28, 2011

As a child it would be impossible to resist taking a peek with that super power at your beck and call. 😉

26. eof737 - December 29, 2011

I love it actually! Happy Holidays! 🙂

nrhatch - December 29, 2011

Pretty cool idea to x-ray a Christmas tree and the underlying presents.

27. pix & kardz - January 4, 2012

going back a few days on your blog to this pre-Christmas post – this is fun!

nrhatch - January 4, 2012

Thanks, Kris! This is a pretty ethereal photo . . . very creative.


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