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November 26, 2010


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Awesome pictures. 1.5m lights - I would love to see that some day.


OH wow wow wow. My kid (and I) would get such a kick out of that! I love how the lights reflect in the rain. Beautiful.

Dominique King

Anna-They had 1 million lights last year, and it was pretty stunning. They've extended the light show to a few blocks off of Main Street this year. I'll be anxious to see the full show (the preview didn't include some of the special light shows, so it will be interesting to see if anything else is new when the official show starts this week).

Jackie-It was pretty in spite of the rain. I was pretty reluctant to actually get out and walk around a lot with my camera that night because of the heavy rain...but I still liked these images I managed to grab from the car :)

Sarah V.

How cool! Actually, I think it's pretty neat how the wet pavement reflects the lights. Probably not the most pleasant night to be out, but you got some great pictures.

Dominique King

Sarah-It wasn't too pleasant...and it was wet enough I really was afraid to get out of the car with my good camera. These really were grab shots, but I thought a few of them were nice enough to share.

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