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  • Christmas Lights set-up

    well, this weekend we start our Christmas Light show that we set up in our front yard every year... sadly this year the lights wont be 'dancing' to music this year after the system kept shutting down because it wasn't made for Christmas lights... but the yard will still be completely decked out with lights, there will however be a small animated show where the lights will be forming strange patterns and doing several different performances, only not to music. most of the lights we use are LED so they are pretty bright, the newest feature this year will be a waterfall we are making out of blue chasing lights, we will create a PVC manifold and string hundreds of blue lights to it and make a huge pond at the bottom 'using blue lights' and have snoopy skating on it as if it were prozen over a little bit and a deer drinking from it... there will be two snow machines creating a flurry effect nightly and several gobo projectors panning around the yard projecting Christmas imaged on the house and lawn. Meanwhile anyone else do anything in their front yard?

    Pictures will be up soon once it is lit and everything is complete!

    Happy Holidays everyone!

    -FantasyWatersDude


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    you go all out don't you.....that sounds awsome

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      Re: Christmas Lights set-up

      Originally posted by Hilsbro_Mclemington_III View Post
      you go all out don't you.....that sounds awsome
      yup.. sure do

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