We left the downtown and headed for Harrison Park location for the Festival of Northern Lights. We always enjoy driving through Harrison Park in any case. Here you go!
We followed the little green Christmas trees down 2nd Ave.
To the entrance for the park.
There was a volunteer taking donations as you entered the display.
The tunnel of light as you start.
A gaggle of geese.
A few dinosaurs off in the distance.
I think this is supposed to be a boat.
And more (blurry) geese. We drove around a second time to get more pictures.
The Winter Solstice was yesterday, so the days are getting longer. Three cheers! But for the next month a lockdown has been declared here in Ontario so we won't be going anywhere soon!
Great displays. Yes the days are already getting longer, but it will be a few more days before we notice the difference.ReplyDelete
A nice display to help raise people's spirits.ReplyDelete
That boat might represent the Ark.
Be Safe and Enjoy your Christmas Holidays.
It's about time.
I love a good Christmas dinosaur! Surely Noah’s Ark?ReplyDelete
What fun these lights are to see.ReplyDelete
A fun display with fish, birds and all.ReplyDelete
It is so nice to get out and see something pleasant and beautiful!ReplyDelete
More nice Christmas lights photos. I kinda like those two fish. It takes an extra effort to get out and take those kinds of photos, Good for you guys:))ReplyDelete
Lovely light display! Take care, enjoy your day! Merry Christmas to you and your family.ReplyDelete
Nice lights, the flocks of geese are cheery charming.ReplyDelete
This is fun!ReplyDelete
Our kids did something like this in Ottawa, except they waited 2 hours in their electric car in line!
Thanks for sharing some of the Christmas light displays in your neighborhood. Happy holidays to you and Mrs. FG!ReplyDelete
oooooh i just love christmas lights!! perhaps that is an arc, in preparation for all the rain we are getting!!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the tour! Yes I heard you are going into lockdown...stay safe!ReplyDelete