Christmas Snow Baubles by Luke Griffin


Small (16.4" x 21.9")

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CHALLENGE WINNER: The Spirit of Christmas challenge in the Stunning Switzerland group, January, 2011.

A bauble was originally a stick with a weight attached, used in weighing a child’s toy, but especially the mock symbol of office carried by a court jester. This fool’s bauble was a baton terminating in a figure of Folly with cap and bells, and sometimes having a bladder fastened to the other end. Subsequently it became a term for anything trivial or childishly folly.

More recently the term means a virtually worthless decorative object.
(From wikipedia)

Photograph taken with Lumix FZ-28
Post processing in Photoshop

Photograph taken in Zug, Switzerland.

Originally hailing from Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia, Luke’s work uniquely reflects his life-long love of the outdoors and his keen interest in portraiture. Having recently returned from 4.5 years living and travelling abroad, his portfolio presents an intriguing variety of images that will delight any viewer.

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  • MistyAdkins
    MistyAdkinsover 4 years ago

    Gorgeous! So creative! I love winter and christmas :)

  • Cheers Misty. I have several more of this theme to process yet.

    – Luke Griffin

  • kellbellrauch
    kellbellrauchalmost 4 years ago

    very creative Luke!

  • Cheers Kelly. I have a few more along these lines I plan to post come Christmas time this year.

    – Luke Griffin

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