A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida (Naples) and southwest Connecticut (Ridgefield) and New England and other places he goes.
I love Xmas , but not THAT much! :o)I'd like to see the place at night..
There's a light display near my home that takes one month to set up. Yes you are right... some things are just over done.
I don't understand people who do this kind of thing. But, to each his/her own.
Haha! Just a tad overkill Jack, although I do rather like Christmas Pooh!!
Glad they're having fun, but OYYYYY!
Wow!You are right Jack!
By the way, when in West Africa, the word "wonderful" is used to mean causing wonder...and so I believe this is wonderful in that sense.
Your title fits perfectly for this one Jack.
Nope, not that much for me!! Glad they love Christmas, though -- or I hope they do!!! Colorful shot though, Jack!! Have a great day -- well, what's left of it in your part of the world!
Oh lord have mercy. What is it about Christmas that spells EXCESS on every corner. V
You could view this as very festive or a scene from a horror movie - Attack Of The Mutant Santas. Perfect composition.
A wee bit fixated?
Amazing and funny!In France too you can see some houses and gardens full of Christmas decorations!***Hope you are having a wonderful week Jack****
I agree with Bob. He said it much better than I ever could.
Isn't that fantastic. I haven't seen anything like that over here in 'old' Britain. Super!
Ho ho ho!
Oh my... that's overkill!
That is just...too much.
Ha! overkill for sure .... I love Christmas but this many Santa's .... It'd drive me nuts if I were living next door.
Oh wow... I am speechless! Must take a long time to put all that up and take it down. :S
I'm at a loss for words.
A wee bit over the top! I guess one saving grace is that they are not the inflatable types that flop into blousy sacks all over the lawn by day!
I think this is hilarious. Either they have a great sense of humour or they truly enter into the season with great gusto.
Are they selling Santa's?
Unbelievable! LOL! I've never seen anything of the kind.
I wonder where he stores them the other 11 months of the year? mmmmm?
we have some houses like that around here as well.imagine you live next to that! too much light, and cars stopping to watch all that craziness...
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