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Our display is animated with computer controlled lights set to music, and is set up so you can see different things from many different angles.  The best way to experience the display, of course, is in person. The second-best way is to watch videos.  We did shoot video footage of the 2012 display, but never did get it edited and posted.  We do have a couple of 'sneak peek' videos over on our Facebook page if you'd like a taste (or you can see last year's videos here).  Otherwise, please enjoy these pictures of the display, taken with most of the lights on.

The first group is an overview of the display as most people first see it, turning on the corner of our street:

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For 2012 we completely redid our "Mega-Tree".  This tree was the first major music synchronized element in our display when we built it in 2003, and we decided to make it better for its 10th season.  The new tree is all LED lights, and it is made up of "pixel" lights, meaning each individual bulb can be controlled individually by the computer to be set to any color at any time, independent of all the other lights in the tree.  This allows us to do MANY new effects that we could never do before:  spirals, horizontal wipes, snow, 'meteors', and many others.  Plus it can do everything the original tree did too.  You can read more about it on it's own page.  But for now, here is what it looks like in the display:

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The last picture above, as well as the one below shows our 'singing tree', which is a crowd favorite:

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In the front yard, as always, is our Peanuts Nativity Pageant display.  One of our oldest and simplest displays, it remains one of the most photographed and loved of all of our displays:

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Over in our side yard is the Toyland section of the display.  New for 2012, besides the new Mega-Tree mentioned above, is our Candy Cane Pinwheel:

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More views of Toyland:

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Our rear displays:

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And a few more shots from up front:

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Want a more behind-the-scenes look at our display throughout the year?  Check out the Plymouth Lights Facebook Page.


This page was last updated on Wednesday, December 18, 2013

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