During the Thanksgiving weekend, it seems that Christmas light decorations sprouted up along lawns and greenways overnight like mushrooms.
One has to love the holiday spirit that Americans get into. Not only do they celebrate, they celebrate big. Now to find one of those dancing lighted houses to enjoy.
Categories: 2013 Project 365
Ah…time to bring out the decor 😉
We’ve got the outside decorations done, but now need to work on the inside. Hope you have a great weekend Andy. 🙂
You too! ^.^/
Yes indeed!!! I’m decorating today, Emily!!
As creative as you are, I bet your home looks like Martha Stewart did it. I can’t wait to see what you do. 🙂
Can you imagine living next door? Christmas would be brilliant!!!!
Yes..and no. Can you imagine all the people stopping and staring?
We would be there with our cameras, no doubt!! 🙂
Christmas time, my favourite time of year! I love the blurry light pictures, they look stunning! Can’t wait to see more festive pictures
Thank you so much Jessica ! I’m hoping to find some interesting holiday events to attend. Appreciate your visit and comment.
Lovely bokeh Emily
Time to laugh Mark…all I did was throw the camera out of focus!
Yeah but that’s what bokeh is…..and a lens that makes it look pretty 😉
🙂 Thanks sweetie.
Ooooooooooo, I love these! I may have to take a pause in my birding to try my eye at a few of this type!
I need to practice much more Jerry. All I did for those too was turn off the auto focus mode and manually focused until the bulbs looked like this. Now to get one thing in focus in the front and then the ‘bokeh’ lights in the back.
So, let’s work this out
U.S holidays ….
Halloween begins at the end of September ?
Thanksgiving third week in November,
swiftly followed by Christmas ??
It’s nuts Bee Seeker. Americans love to party. Halloween is in October, Christmas starts the day after Halloween, and somehow Thanksgiving is thrown in the middle.
To rest after all the parties, two weeks into January we have a holiday on a Monday for a three-day weekend.
But seriously… good in-the-mood photos.
Beautiful colors of the season–love the colorful bokeh balls.
Thank you so much Mike ! May you find lots of holiday cheer too.
There is actually a street in Baltimore on “34th street” where the whole street is decorated in lights. I’m hoping I’ll make it up there this year.
My FAVORITE is Snow People – love the Snow People:)
I love that name. I’ve never heard them referred to that. Thanks for sharing.
I called them Snow People because I think there are snowmen and snowwomen. I never thought of snow people as being gender neutral. I know I am a weirdo – ha!
You are funny. Politically correct without knowing it!
Fantastic colors and some abstract photos, I like that:) Real christmas feeling…