All of these Christmas trees have one thing in common, they are upside down! This apparently started in the middle ages to represent the trinity and the crucifixion. Nowadays, stores will do it to make more room at the bottom of the tree, where the merchandise can be more visible. The last picture is a kaleidoscope I made of the peacock.
“Fear , dear child—respect your leaders; don’t be defiant or mutinous. Without warning your life can turn upside down, and who knows how or when it might happen?”