Sunday, December 19, 2010
Lights, Camera, Action! New Vision Youth Kids Visit Smoky Mountains Christmas Lights
The lights played interest games with the camera, and that was equally as spectacular. It lets the mind wander in a splash of color, lines and dimension. Although some of them were visible, the trailing images created by the camera were equally as spectacular. We left some of those images in the photo album in the PHOTO GALLERY. Please enjoy the wild, wacky display of color.. the kids sure did.
The displays, including various Nativity scenes, Christmas trees, and lighting illusions, dotted the store fronts in Sevierville.
Pigeon Forge is celebrating the season with the lighting display "The 12 Days of Christmas." From one end of the Parkway to the other, the displays count down from "12 lords a-leaping," to the famed "partridge in a pear tree."
Then, on to Gatlinburg, where different lighting displays lit up the night and dazzled the kids and the crowds.
The highlight of the tour was the spectacular light display at Veterans Park in Pigeon Forge, decorated with thousands of lights. The park is hosting "From Sea to Shining Sea". The Statue of Liberty, the Liberty Bell, Army tanks, fighter jets and a reproduction of the Iwo Jima Monument were formed from Christmas lights.
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