Another year goes by that I don't go out to capture what I know are gloriously decorated streets and churches and other public places. Daunted by traffic jams and short on time are my lame excuses.
But I did go out last night around the neighborhood and found some lovely decorated villages (what you may call subdivision) and homes to show you and the community at Alphabe-Thursday who are sharing their holiday cheers. [All images can be enlarged.]
My personal preference is for simple and elegant white.
Here you see the smaller home version of the grand parols I posted two days ago. What I like most are the decorations made of capiz shells aka window oysters: thin translucent shells. I will tell you more about this versatile shell in future posts.
And another holiday e-greeting for new visitors.