“Community. A family sitting and chatting in a living room. Crowds gathering in squares to watch a holiday tree lighting.” -Cheri Lucas Rowlands
Holiday lights this Yuletide season, or a crowd of thousands of lights displayed in various forms, styles and art. Yes, holiday lighting these days, while it always symbolizes Christmas, is fast becoming more of an art- an expression of one’s creativeness and indulgence.
I had some few shots of holiday lights which I took while driving along the Davao-Cotabato highway in the evening.
This is the holiday lights at the compound of the Cotabato Electric Cooperative (COTELCO). The COTELCO main office is about two kilometers from our house. I took this photo in “night mode” using my Galaxy S4.
Another version of COTELCO lights in “auto mode”.
These blinking lights of Petron gas station is located just across the highway at the front of COTELCO. I took this photo in “animation mode”.
This holiday lights outlined the provincial capitol building at the Cotabato Provincial Government Center. This is about 15 minutes drive away by road from the house.
Another version of the provincial capitol lights taken while we are mobile on the road.
This is a community of green lights which outlined the arch at the entrance to the Cotabato Provincial Government Center in Amas, Kidapawan City.
I told you so. Holiday lights no longer hang around Christmas trees on the corner. They are now expression of arts, decors and creativity in their most lavish displays.
Whatever, I love these community of holiday lights around. I guess, you too, would love this.