Posted by: David Giacalone | December 11, 2013

Stockade holiday greetings for you to use

HolidayGreetingsBulbs  Quite a few people complimented me on an image of a round tree ornament reflecting the Lawrence Circle, which was in our posting last week on the arrival of the 2013 Stockade Tree.  So, I decided to make a set of similar photos of bulbs hanging from the Tree at Lawrence Circle, adding the phrase “Holiday Greetings from the Schenectady Stockade” to each image.  The bulbs have different views of the Circle and its surroundings and varied color schemes.  (I’ve also tried to choose images that minimalize the presence of the photographer in the reflection.)

Please feel free to use one or more of the images as part of your own holiday greetings, without having to ask permission, as long as they are used for non-commercial purposes.  If you click on a photo, your will get a larger version that is a downloadable jpg. file.  The largest side of each photo is 1000 pixels, which should work well in email.  Contact me, if your use calls for a larger file to have sufficient resolution.

The six images are in the collage above, and presented separately immediately below.  Please accept my personal heartfelt and hardy Stockade Holiday greetings and wishes.

BulbGreetings4 . . . BulbGreetings2

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BulbGreetings1 . . . BulbGreetings5

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 BulbGreetings6 . . . BulbGreetings3

IMG_3168  follow-up (Dec. 15, 2013): For more bulbs after a snowstorm, click here.

p.s. Here’s an out-take photo that I did not use for a greetings bulb because there is too much of me in the reflection.  But, I like the shapes and colors, and think it deserves a space on this weblog:

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