Luminaria Streets


Here’s what it looked like last night on our street and some of the streets in our neighborhood. If you added up all the blocks that are putting out luminaria around us now, there are miles of streets lined with the lights. My impression from doing a late-night tour was that there was one major expansion–a one-third mile stretch of Curtis Street, to the west of us. Later, I’ll post a map of what we saw last night. For now, here are some pictures I took on Holly Street and surrounding blocks.





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2 Responses to Luminaria Streets

  1. Ooooh, I love luminaria. They aren’t common in my latitude (given that they have a 50-50 chance of being buried in a snowbank). I did see some on the drive home last night, though — they do look romantic out there in the winter night.

  2. Occasionally, I get a bit homesick for Berkeley, although I never lived there–just a student. I don’t know what got me… the Bougainvillea or the lights, either way, makes me miss it.
    Hope you had lovely holiday!

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