Friday, 25 December 2015

St Mary's Cathedral, The Lights of Christmas

The facade of St Mary's Cathedral has been featuring "The Lights of Christmas", a light projection show which has been running from 10 December 2015 until 25 December 2015, Christmas Night. This view is across Cathedral Square in Cook and Philip Park, near College Street. In acknowledgement of the International Year of Light, the Madonna and Child are being celebrated as symbols of guiding lights to mankind.
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18 comments:

  1. Very pretty Christmas light show! Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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  2. OOOH! AHHH!








    Warm Holdiay ALOHA to You,
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  3. These are beautiful projections! Merry Christmas!

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  4. In this case I must say that the Rose window puts the Saints to silence. But a great idea.

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  5. Interesting. Hope your holiday was lovely!

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  6. curious - is this something they do for several nights in a row or is the image changing every night? way cool!! ( :

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    1. Beth, the light show goes for about ten to fifteen minutes and gets repeated throughout the night. They show it every night for about two weeks leading up to Christmas.

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  7. These photos are so beautiful. It makes me want to visit and see this for myself. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Love it. That must be spectacular to see in person.

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