Six on Saturday, 12-23-17

blue floodlights illuminate the maple tree trunk and branches

The snow has melted and we are in day 2 of steady rain. Tomorrow, rain and snow mix is predicted. Then, we are back to below freezing temperatures. Unfortunately, no snow accumulation is expected for Christmas. Bah, humbug!

The gardens are dreary, and I suppose that is why Christmas lights began as a tradition. They are so cheery at this time of year. I decided my six this week a gallery of lights! Unfortunately, I haven’t developed my nighttime photography skills, so please tolerate some blurriness.

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white lights on a grapevine deer, blue and multicolored lights on shrubs, and gold lights on crabtree
From the front porch, a multicolored display of lights.
long view of home illuminated by colored lights and blue floodlights
The Christmas lights display includes blue floodlights for the “Frozen” effect!
Snowflake lights hung on a crab tree next to the garage
I included this scene last week, but managed a much clearer shot here. You can see neighborhood lights in the background.

 

 

blue floodlights illuminate the maple tree trunk and branches
The blue floodlights on the maple trees evoke wintry memories.

 

 

red and green floodlights illuminate the stucco of a Tudor style home
The neighbor’s traditional red and green floodlights look great on their Tudor style home.

I hope that you have enjoyed this little lights tour!

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