I Came In Like A Wrecking Ball!

The Elf on the Shelf

F/ 13.0, 15.0, ISO 100.

Day 342 / 365

What kind of money do elves use?

Jingle bills!

Interesting Fact: The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition is a 2005 children’s picture book, written and self-published by American author Carol Aebersold and daughter Chanda Bell and illustrated by CoΓ« Steinwart. The book tells a Christmas-themed story, written in rhyme, that explains how Santa Claus knows who is naughty and who is nice and describes elves visiting children between Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve, after which they return to the North Pole until the next holiday season.Β ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Elf_on_the_Shelf )



  1. Fun shot! And great handling of those tricky light conditions. Our Elf drives me berserk as I just can’t find the motivation and time to do super creative stuff with him. Mostly I just hide him in a random location or else do something ad hoc with him. This morning he turned the bananas into minions. I might have to steal your wrecking ball idea. Ha ha!

  2. Love it and thank you for the reminder to move our elf. So wish I was the one who came up with the concept and book.

    • Thank you very much, I am happy that my post reminded you to move the elf. I appreciate you stopping by and sharing your thoughts. πŸ™‚

  3. Wow! We have an elf ornament just like the one you’ve photographed. Every year he goes on the top of our Christmas tree. I inherited him from my grandmother. Wait’ll he finds out his picture is on the Internet; there’ll be no living with him.

    • Hahaha. That’s funny, don’t allow him to go to my page. But that is amazing how thing becomes popular all over again. Thank you for popping in and sharing this with us. πŸ™‚

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