A close-up photo is what is needed for the rose hips to show up. While walking in the woods around the house looking for mushrooms, I was surprised to find this fir tree with a wild rose bush intertwined high in its branches.
It is a little early for Christmas decorations to be going up, but that is exactly what I thought of when I saw these two plants growing together. There are a number of wild rose bushes growing around here, and I encourage them to stay. This particular rose bush is growing exceedingly tall, perhaps because (a) it has been left alone for a long time, and (b) it has grown up as the tree has grown and a very long stem has developed.
This is at least a 30-foot tall Douglas Fir tree, about 30 years old. In the US Douglas Fir trees are synonymous with Christmas trees. There are many Christmas tree farms in this state, though most are farther north where it rains a bit more.