Thursday, December 20, 2012

Lichterbogen Weihnachten


The windows in Florida aren't really designed for holiday displays, so I have my
two lichterbogen (German lighted arches) sitting on a counter that divides the entry way
 from the dining room.  One of the lichterbogen has an indoor scene.


And, of course, the other has an outdoor scene.

18 comments:

Lowell said...

Never heard of the liquoredupsmogen or whatever you call it. But they are quite beautiful.

Did you ever think of getting another house with windows that would work for holiday displays? :-)

Marie said...

Delightful!!!

Sharon said...

Those are very nice little lights and make a very nice holiday decoration.

Kate said...

Perfect for the holiday season.

Malyss said...

I love them!

cieldequimper said...

Ach, wie schön!

Sylvia K said...

These are wonderful, Jack!! I love them!

RedPat said...

Just the kind of decoration I love. These are quite sweet!

jennyfreckles said...

Very sweet, though the kids in the outdoor one look a bit overdressed for Florida!

Karl Demetz said...

These Lichterbogen are really wonderful, Jack!!
From where come these from?

LOLfromPasa said...

Beautiful photographs and very interesting to read about.

Michelle said...

A lovely, traditional decoration.

Lowell said...

Well, I'm sorry you couldn't have smorgasbord for your lichtenstein but at least you got a better golf course. Oui?

Lowell said...

Oh, you probably should take a look at http://landlfotos.com/blog.

It is unlikely that this will impact your future but you might still get a kick out of what you'll be missing! Heh, heh.

Bob Crowe said...

Never heard of these ornaments before, but don't try to pronounce it after draining the eggnog bowl. They look very warm for December, which is finally getting nasty around here.

VP said...

A good idea and two very nice displays!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

They look lovely lit up Jack, very festive..

CaT said...

this is very pretty! is it with a light? or candles?