Tonight, I inadvertently discovered “dancing bokeh” when I rearranged the tiny lights on a pine cone wreath just as the timed release triggered the shutter. This wreath is my favorite Christmas decoration, made by a friend for me more than 25 years ago. Early every December, he retrieved the wreath and embellished it with new seeds, nuts, and unusual cones, making it more elegant each year. It is the only decoration I consistently display at Christmas and a couple of years ago, I found some tiny, battery operated lights to enhance its beauty. I love the idea of dancing bokeh, something that deserves more in depth exploration and experimentation.
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Wow- this one I missed somehow! I love the dancing bokeh- a form of light painting, I guess! Love this shot- another Christmas card possibility! And I want to find out who this friend was- how cool that he kept adding to the wreath!