The 37th street in Austin, Texas is famous for its unusual holiday decorations.
Here is a holiday “tree” decorated with bicycle parts.
Some of the 37th street decorations are more mysterious than others. A vacuum cleaner (?) sitting on a chair, a hand raised as if for greeting, a cowboy hat on its head. You have to wonder if it some kind of puzzle.
A goose with golden eggs, penguins, and hot peppers. One of the penguins has fallen down – accidentally or on purpose?
E next to a motorbike, all decked out with holiday lights. Is this what modern day Mary and Joseph would ride into Austin on?
A fireplace made of holiday lights, with stockings outlined in lights, and virtual presents on stalks, also made of lights
Virtual presents under a ghostly tree
The blue icosahedron hanging off of this tree on 37th street is supposed to represent an aquarium. The next picture shows it up close.
The blue icosahedron hanging off of the tree, up close. Among all the coke cans, it has little fishes in it. So it is an aquarium of sorts.
Holiday “lights” in the form of Ezra Brooks bottles
While I wondered if it was milk in those glasses that made Santa pass out, or some harder substance, the two-year-old E found a simpler explanation: “Snowman hit Santa!”