The 5th Avenue Jewelers head quarters on 5th Avenue in Moose Jaw is where we started our local light tour with the Moose Jaw Camera Club.
The temperatures had dipped and with the wind chill it didn’t take long for everyone to stomp their feet and bring their hands inside their sleeves… it was COLD! We headed back to our cars and made our way to Grayson Crescent and the most magnificent display accompanied by music…
We spent most of our time in front of this amazing display. A local radio channel played carols and it made us all linger and try and capture every light sequence.
One of the many homes we stopped in front of…
This home owner came out and took pictures of us taking pictures of his home.
The home of one of our club members who was unaware we had invaded his space.
This unique home was one of the last we stopped at. It offered a number of areas that called out to us.
The night was getting darker, the cold more intense and by 9:30 pm we decided to finish up.
Thanks for coming along on our journey through Moose Jaw for the 2015 Twinkle Tour. It’s time to put up the tree and create some seasonal magic inside.
“...the most direct way to spontaneous creativity is not in 'breaking the rules.' It is in making contact with the world before there are rules at all... In Nalanda Miksang we work with what we see.” — John McQuade