Friday, December 30, 2005

Washington's Holiday Lights

Before the holiday season whips by us, I must share Washington’s most famous holiday light display. Nestled amongst multi-million dollar homes in a posh DC neighborhood, one can only imagine how their neighbors must enjoy the crowds that line the streets to witness this “interesting” display every evening. What you can’t see in the photo is a decorated backyard with Santa and his reindeer, a jack-in-the-box and trees representing prayers. My favorite part was watching as people pose inside the nativity scene for a photo with the bright background.

2 comments:

The Goddess said...

What you failed to mention is that the folks taking pictures in the nativity scene frequently strike thug poses, throwing up gang-type symbols in a classy display of holiday cheer.

Good times.

Elle Woods said...

Haaaa! Too funny. While I didn't witness that per se, I do not doubt that happens. I'm so amused.