O Christmas Tree! Your Best Christmas Tree Photography

From traditional-looking trees that have been trimmed at home to over-the-top installations on the front yard, these festive photos had us exclaiming, “O Christmas Tree”!

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Snowflakes in the shape of a Christmas tree
Photo: Joyce Stolte

O Christmas Tree!

The next best thing to an actual Christmas tree? Well, frost on the window in the shape of a Christmas tree, of course! Great eye, Joyce Stolte!

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Snowed covered tree outdoors in winter
Photo: Cathy Gauthier

Covered in Snow

Photographer Cathy Gauthier writes: “An unending supply of Christmas trees line Nipissing Road here in Magnetawan, Ontario. This photo was taken in February of 2017 with the temperature at -25C!” Thanks for sharing, Cathy!

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White-tailed deer
Photo: Norman Dyrvik

An Uninvited Guest

This white-tailed deer seems to be admiring the awesome Christmas set-up on the front yard. Thanks to Norman Dyrvik of Sherwood Park, Alberta for sharing!

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Child on Christmas morning
Photo: Mike Lane

Christmas Morning

Photographer Mike Lane of Saanichton, British Columbia really nailed the vibe of December’s Theme Pic Challenge. To a child, waking up to presents on Christmas morning is the happiest time of the year.

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Christmas decorations on front yard
Photo: Todd Bellamy

The Holiday Spirit

As proven by this photo from Todd Bellamy of Terrace, British Columbia, sometimes less is more when it comes to Christmas!

These photographs prove why Canada is the perfect winter destination.

Originally Published on ourcanada.ca

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