Columbus Christmas Lights

It has been unseasonably warm this December and still no snow in Columbus. This has made it more difficult to get fully in the Christmas spirit, but last night we went to see the lights in downtown Columbus to help boost the holiday mood. There are two new parks in down town that we visited along with the State House. The parks featured LED lights, while the State House trees were covered (you will see what i mean) in incandescent strands. It was a great way to spend the night, even if it was 50 degrees.

The up lighting on the trees changes colors at the new SciotoMile Park, so after staying a few minutes you could see all the hues. Also Christmas music was playing on the loud speakers which was very nice. 

Next we drove over to see the Commons and State House. I am typically not a fan of colored lights, but this was actually really nice.

Here is one of two trees dripping in lights. Each tree alone had eight extension cords leading to light the tree. Being the dork that I am I took a photo inside the tree to show how detailed each branch was wrapped. To see the difference just compare with the trees above.

 It is hard to see, but this is the trunk of the tree and look at all the lights on the inside. I know how much work it is to wrap a tree, so this is crazy. 

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