Today is Christmas and its time for family’s to get together and open the presents sitting under the tree. And for many fans, the Christmas trees are yet another way for them to show their love for Star Trek. Some fans have been sharing images of their Star Trek trees with TrekMovie and so we present Star Trek Trees 2011 below.
Star Trek Trees 2011
We will start off with a slideshow of TrekMovie’s collectibles editor John Tenuto and his tree containing every single Hallmark Star Trek ornament (and Star Wars too)…they meet together in peace. A Christmas miracle!
And here are more impressive #StarTrekTree submissions sent in to @trekmovie over twitter
@Chuck_Shaffer has the Enterprise D soaring over his tree (another pic here)
Brad Guillikson (@MouthDork) also has an impressive tree topper for his Trek tree
Chris Stevens (@kcs316) made sure he got the lens flare for this pic
(@jcad6169) Don’t worry, the classic Enterprise also gets respect, like this shot from Andy Patterson (@superfisor194)
Speaking of ships, the TARDIS seems totally surrounded by Starfleet on TJ Harvey’s tree
And speaking of lens flares, this well stocked Trek Tree from Aaron W (@refug5) seems to be illuminated by JJ Abrams
Aaron Billard (@StarfleetChaplain) says his Starfleet Command had a tree up right after thanksgiving and shows you dont need to just use Hallmark ornaments to adorn your Tree
Kirk and McCoy save this pink flocked tree from Lou Park (@Loulovesjt2608)
Matt Kelly (@supermattkelly) has "Kirk threatening a powerful alien!"
But why does Becky Vargas (@hwoodminotaur) have Kirk firing on Spock on her tree?
MB (@trekhound) really packed in the Trek ornaments onto his cute little tree
While RusselWCrews says that he has been collecting ornaments for his Trek tree since he was 10 in 1993 (and almost has them all)
And even if you have an itty bitty table-top tree, Diana Sanderson (@TigerArchivist) shows how it can be Trek-ified
Finally the girls from the @TrekkieGirls podcast got clever and sent in this picture saying "our #StarTrekTree has a cloaking device!"
Have your own Star Trek Tree to share? Or maybe other Star Trek/Holiday pix or videos? Then send a link to the @TrekMovie twitter and we may share it with the other fans. And remember to use the #StarTrekTree hashtag.
Or you can send in an email to tips at trekmovie dot com).
Merry Christmas From The TrekMovie family.