Who has the best holiday decorations in Southern California? You tell us
With the holidays approaching and decorators performing magic on houses that look ordinary the rest of the year, we want to hear about the most elaborate, gorgeous or just plain tacky holiday displays you've seen around the Southland.
We'll take your photos and the location information you provide and create a map/guide to the area's best lighting and decoration displays.
Want to help us? It's simple -- just post your photos or video at Your Scene, The Times' photo-sharing site, and include in the caption the location of the display. (For example, you might advise us that the home is in the 300 block of Muirfield Road in Hancock Park.)
Just go to Your Scene's Holiday Decorations album, click the "submit" link at the top of the page, choose your photo (.jpg format) or video (.avi, .dv, .mov, .qt, .mp4, .mpeg, .3gp, .asf, .wmv, .mpg or .mp3 formats), and be sure to include location information in your caption.
If you find a house you'd like to recommend to others, visit our Google map to add it to the map.
And finally, check out this Guitar Hero light display over at Brand X.
-- Lindsay Barnett
Photo: Your Scene submitter Frank describes this display as "the most beautiful house in E Avenue S4 in Palmdale."
Add your finds to the Google map: