Winding down...6

Posted by
karla (Omaha, United States) on 5 January 2012 in Lifestyle & Culture and Portfolio.

Some people have more of a fantasy world on display. This one has multiple Santa Clauses, a few snowmen, a deer, little nutcracker type soldiers on the stairs, bells, the Holy Family inside the porch. We put wreaths on the doors and call it good. Some people really like doing all this (and have the energy for it), especially for the children. It does make me smile when I drive past this house.

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Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

I can so easily imagine a warm welcome there . . and another super-quality image, too.

5 Jan 2012 7:38am

@Ronnie 2¢: Thanks, Ronnie, for all your comments!

Nilla´s photo shoots from Östergötland, Sweden

A very nice serie with christmas lights! This is wonderful, you must have taken this photo with tripod? It looks like all the characters really live there:) I´m glad you show this for us here at Am3♥

5 Jan 2012 8:26am

@Nilla´s photo shoots: Hi Nilla! Actually all these images were taken with a hand-held camera. I raised the ISO for many of them. Thanks for your interest!

franz from Baden, Austria

wow ... this is really something!
(too much for me, actually, but i guess it takes all kinds of people ... ;-))

5 Jan 2012 10:01pm

@franz: :)) There used to be even more like this, when the local newspaper ran an annual contest for holiday lighting displays.

Sylvie from Maine et Loire, France

very nice.

6 Jan 2012 2:29pm

@Sylvie: Thank you, Sylvie! Thanks for visiting!!

Julie L. Brown from Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

The snow is really beautiful with this display. Sorry to hear that you have been ill!

7 Jan 2012 4:57am

@Julie L. Brown: Hi Julie, glad you like this! Thanks for the comment. Yes, viruses are worse this year. Must have drifted in with the mild weather. Also, with the grandchildren. ;) All better now.