Thursday, December 24, 2015
This was my third visit to Lynchburg, and there was something about the angle of the sun that lit up this side. On my two previous visits, the other side was the sunlit side.
I like the Christmas wreaths on the doors. There are also lights across the top and candlelight in the windows, but you can't see it until night time.
Notice Rudolph in the traffic island in the bottom right corner? There were reindeer in each of the four traffic islands at each corner of the town square.
I have a total of 10 photos in the "A Lynchburg Christmas" subset. You can see them all here: