Wednesday, December 23, 2009
World’s most unusual Christmas trees
As Charlie Munger said, “Invert, always invert.” Why the upside-down tree? So specialty stores could display ornaments while using as little floor space as possible.
If you have a soft spot for the pathetic, Charlie Brown’s Christmas tree should really resonate.
And what do you do with all those trading books and magazines? Make a bookshelf tree.
From a Singapore jeweler comes this tree with 21,798 diamonds totaling 913 carats and 3,762 crystal beads. Worth a million bucks!
These images are among the ten featured on the Neatorama site (admittedly two years old, but fun anyway).