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Christmas trees from around the world of theme parks

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Published: December 11, 2012 at 7:25 PM

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I've just created a new board, to celebrate the holiday season: Christmas trees from around the theme park world. Take a look at a couple of the shots:

Tokyo DisneySea

Disney's Hollywood Studios

I'd like to add more. Do you have a great photo you've taken of a Christmas tree in a theme park? Email me your best shot, or send me the URL if it's already posted online, such as on Flickr, Pinterest, or some other photo-hosting service. I'll pick three people who send in photos or URLs to select a prize from the Theme Park Insider prize vault. (The photos must be your own.)

We've got TPI T-shirts, signed copied of Stories from a Theme Park Insider and a couple of Disneyland photo books to choose from. And congratulations to our winners from the last prize vault give-away: Jeff Elliott, Caroline Sharp and Jack Curley.

Update: Here are three more...

Silver Dollar City, from James Rao:

Disney's Hollywood Studios, from Fiesty Felix:

And SeaWorld Orlando, from David Brown:

Thanks for the pictures!

Readers' Opinions

From Anthony Murphy on December 11, 2012 at 10:42 PM
Very nice
From Kelly Muggleton on December 13, 2012 at 2:09 AM
Bit biased but I LOVE Seaworld's!
From Mike Gallagher on December 13, 2012 at 9:40 AM
On my only visit to Sea World (Orlando) back in 1977, my late mother fell in love with a tree made entirely of poinsettias, her favorite flower. It was Christmastime, and I had just gotten my first camera, a Polaroid One-Step (those here of a certain age will remember what a big deal that was back then.) Shamu soaked my camera, and it didn't work the rest of the trip. But I got several photos of the tree. I wish I still had them to share in this thread.

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