CHEK Light Up: 10 photos of Christmas displays, submitted by CHEK viewers – Dec. 9

CHEK Light Up: 10 photos of Christmas displays, submitted by CHEK viewers – Dec. 9

The holiday season has arrived in full force and amid the ongoing global pandemic, Vancouver Islanders have been seemingly more eager than ever to piece together bigger and brighter Christmas displays this season.

As a way to share some of the picturesque displays from around Vancouver Island and spread the holiday cheer, we’ve reached out to our CHEK viewer community and rounded up a collection of holiday-themed photos!

Introducing the 2020 CHEK Light Up collection.

In a year where residents are limiting their non-essential travel and not visiting different locations to take in the dazzling lights, let us bring the illumination to you virtually.

CHEK will be looking to feature photographs of light displays on a routine basis on both our website and our broadcast. The photographs below have been submitted to CHEK News by viewers.

View previously featured displays:

November 24 // November 25 // November 26 // November 27 // November 28 // November 29 // November 30 // December 1 // December 2 // December 3 // December 4 // December 5  // December 6 // December 7 // December 8

Want your photo to be featured?

Simply e-mail [email protected] with your name and location for a chance to be featured in the future.

Campbell River Fountain Tire (submitted by Joanne Ryan)

Are you tired of 2020? Have you felt like you’re spinning? Or possibly treading water? Well, maybe this wonderful creation will give you a little drive.

Brian Ford – Duncan

Who did it better: Pandora’s bioluminescent forest in Avatar or this display in Duncan.

Britney Marshall – Nanaimo

These handcrafted cutouts have turned this house into a life-sized pop-up book.

Mandy Doxtator – Victoria

Singing the blues.

Paul Crouch – Victoria

The holiday sequel to Training Day.

Triple L Ranch – Dancer the Horse

I have a few ideas based on the shape, but I wonder what surprise will be found when unwrapping this gift?

Kass & Scott Millburn – Sidney

Baby Yoda shining brighter than Tatooine’s suns…both suns.

Sue & Neal Ward – Nanaimo

Several elves, which are called managers during the day, worked hard on this light display at a Nanaimo complex.

Bryan & Patricia Wallis – Maple Bay

The real trick is having enough nuts on hand.

Gordon Tolman – Langford

16 days until Christmas!

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