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Hello from Coquitlam, BC, Canada (just outside of Vancouver)

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  1. Canadian Christmas

    Canadian Christmas New Elf

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    I am a Christmas enthusiast and I am interested in learning some of the basics of lighting to improve my seasonal display. Here in the North {Wet} West coast of North America, we have long dark wet winters. Our annual rainfall is approximately 2000 mm (78.74inches) that falls mostly in the fall and winter. Consequently the increased light is nice and waterproofing everything is important.
    Thanks all for sharing your lighting knowledge.
    Rachel
     
  2. BundyRoy

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    Welcome Rachel. Hopefully you find this sight helpful. We would kill for your dark nights at Christmas. Doesn't get dark until after 8pm here around Christmas. The kids are tired before the lights even start to show. That much rainfall will test your waterproofing skills. Good luck and don't be afraid to ask questions.
     
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    Beautiful place BC, I lived in Golden for 12 months which is a long drive from you. Good luck and everyone here will be happy to help!
     
  4. Trioxide

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    I am in Kelowna and this is my second year doing the pixels and sequencing. If you pass by this way come check it out. If you need any help let me know.
     

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