Friday Night Flicks: Carol of the Bells (2007)

I always enjoy seeing the Christmas lights in our city. There are a lot of hours of darkness at this time of year where I live, and the festive illumination of people’s houses provides a bit of a respite.

I do wonder how the neighbours felt about this particular display: I hope they appreciated the time and effort Richard Holdman put into the project. (I also hope that the performance —with music— was limited to a few times an evening during reasonable hours!)

 

 

Last minute Christmas shopping this weekend? I hope it goes well!

About Byopia Press

I have been working in the book arts field for more than twenty years, and operating Byopia Press with my husband David since the late 1990s. I began producing artist's books and altered books in 2004.
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7 Responses to Friday Night Flicks: Carol of the Bells (2007)

  1. lcmt says:

    Marvelous. I watched some of his later displays, but this one remained my favorite.

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  2. Lights are so pretty! Agree about the timing for neighbours! The shorter days here in Ontario are not so great, either, although I realize that your hours are reduced even more. Take care. Two new music favourites that I bought on iTunes: Christmas Lights by Coldplay ( this is played many times!!!) and The Little Drummer boy by Sadie and the Hot Heads — Sadie plays on Downton Abbey! Enjoy the season! 🙂

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  3. Byopia Press says:

    I will definitely have to check your current faves!

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  4. I like the song (which was new to me, apparently I have been living behind the moon, judging other comments before mine), and the video is impressive. I wouldn’t want to live in a house that got turned into a sparkling fun fair ride, though. I guess I will never understand why people do this to themselves. But watching them while walking by can be entertaining 🙂

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