Even during a pandemic, vehicle traffic proved to be a safe method of visiting the display. With 7,075 bulbs and 10 songs, it's no wonder why Southern Ontario made a point to pop by and "listen to the lights."
How do you end a decade? Well with a bigger and better light show of course! New for this year are the two gingerbread people, six mini-trees, and 6 candy canes, all animated to music! Grand total of an unbelievable 6,000 light bulbs!
The 2018 version of my Gingerbread house with the newest addition of a computerized Mega tree! Video is shot with a 360 camera, giving you an immersive experience. If you have a VR headset, experience the video in VIRTUAL REALITY! Total bulbs are 5,100!
My attempt at a Gingerbread House in 2017. Apologizes for the horrible video. Video was captured during a Facebook Live event. I correct the video orientation at the 3:15 mark. At about the 12:16 mark all the lights start coming on. Around 13:27 all lights are on. This display totaled just under 4,500 bulbs.
A 360 degree view from the front sidewalk, and my first attempt at using a light controller with sound. A total of 17 strings, 7 nets, 1 star, 1 snowman, 2 wreaths, 4 lanterns, 9 candy canes and more for a grand total of 3,110 individual light bulbs. Needless to say, this was over-the-top, but a great learning experience. It was windy on November 12, 2016, and thus why the occasional sound of static.
The first year I tried my hand at creating a truly remarkable light display. The entire display consisted of 23 strings, 9 novelty canes for a grand total of 1290 light bulbs. Little did I know this was the beginning of something bigger.