Tuesday, December 21, 2010

An abundance of light

This was one of the stops on the London Bus tour and it has to be one of the largest light displays I’ve seen. 

These two photos don’t even capture it all. 

14 comments:

Kathy said...

There's so much there I can't even make out what it is. Must have been something to see!

Kate said...

I know, Sharon, these decorations are always amazing when one sees them up close. It must take hours to complete the displays.

brattcat said...

but you really convey a sense of it.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

For this family, Christmas becomes an obsession. From the crowds gathered, I hope the neighbors have the holiday spirit.

Jarart said...

It must take them a long time to set up this display. I bet there was music to go with it.

Randy said...

I want to know how they decorated that big tree in the back, boomtruck?

JM said...

The top shot is truly amazing!

Jack said...

I love an excess of Christmas lights. Can't get enough.

Thanks for the comment about the UConn women's basketball team. They are amazing and they are good kids, too. Maya Moore has almost a 4.0 and was debating whether to apply for a Rhodes Scholarship when she graduates. On top of being the best female college basketball player in the country. I don't have tickets tonight but am thinking about going downtown and buying some from a scalper.

RedPat said...

It certainly must be a lot easier to put up these displays when you aren't freezing like here! Great shots!

Irina said...

Amazing beauty. Children in that family can feel fairy-tale world around them.
I like these shots.

newprovidencedailyphoto said...

Wow. WOW. This is one heckuva light show!

Carla said...

I love all these crazy Christmas decorations. It reminds me of Australia. Carla

Magpie said...

Its amazing how creative and industrious some people are with their light displays. Must really increase the electric bill. :)

Flutterby said...

Wonderful display. Thank you for sharing.