Christmas lights

Seasons greetings to all. I’ve swung by the Hilton at Waikoloa a couple of times in the early morning to see the collection of lights creating a festive display. Fronting the display is a large sleigh being pulled by a quartet of little deer (they’re not gonna make it down the block let alone around the world). But what makes it stand out is that the trees on the roundabout behind the sleigh, and all the way up the drive to the hotel, are wrapped with lights. It looks like a candy cane forest.

I used a tripod for the top and bottom shots, but for some the camera was handheld. Most of the shots were shaky, but I liked the one on the right, in part because it caught a barrier rising making it look like a large red fan.

8 thoughts on “Christmas lights

      1. naturebackin

        Thanks so much Graham – hard to believe that Christmas is now in the past and the New Year is only a few days away. Best wishes to you too for the year ahead. You live in a wonderful part of the world that you really do make the most of and I enjoy seeing what you share through your blog.

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        1. Graham Post author

          Hard to believe how this year has sped by. Thanks for the kind words. I enjoy your posts, with such good photos and so much interesting information and I hope the new year brings the rain you need in your part of the world.

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          1. naturebackin

            Thank you Graham. In our small part of the country and a few other eastern regions we are extremely fortunate and we are having some rain. Elsewhere, sadly, the drought continues unabated. I hope the islands where you are have an even-keel year ahead.

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