Growing up in rural southern Idaho, it was a family tradition for everyone to pile in the car and drive around on Christmas Eve admiring people’s holiday light displays. There weren’t as many kinds of lights then as there are now. Inflatable snow globes and motorcycle-riding Santas had yet to be invented. It was magic enough to see a string of lights on a lone tree against a stark, windswept field.
In the spirit of the holidays, Inland 360 is introducing “Let it Glow! The Region’s Best Light Displays” featuring people’s light display photos throughout the month of December. Readers are invited to submit photos of their yard displays or Christmas trees to inland360.com. Each week we will choose from among the best photos to feature in our print section.
How to enter:
Submit photos at inland360.com under “Share Your Snaps”
Please include your name, city and contact information. For yard and lawn displays, include the address if you would like to let people know where they can see your display live and in action. Photos will only be accepted by uploading them at http://inland360.com/share-your-snaps/ so they can be shared with all.
Whether your display is simple and poignant or you attack the holidays with a 10,000-strings-of lights-fever, we’d like to showcase our region’s holiday spirit.