NEW YORK — If you’ve ever wondered what the Christmas lights look like, here’s an awesome guide to get you started.
We have a couple of Christmas pictures we like to share, but this is our favorite.
This Christmas, the lights were lit at New York City landmarks including Rockefeller Center, the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, and more.
The lights are lit in the style of a Christmas tree decorated with red, white, and blue lights.
As you can see, the festive decorations are a little bit different than the ones we usually see in Christmas photos.
A new, colorful Santa Claus, dressed in traditional garb, makes his way to the Rockefeller Center in New York.
Santa Claus arrives to Rockefeller Center for Christmas with a New Year’s Eve celebration.
It’s unclear if the lights are actually lit with the lights being lit in a Christmas fashion, but if you look closely, you’ll notice that there’s a very similar look to the traditional Christmas decorations.
You can see more photos of the lights in our slideshow here.
Here’s a look at the festive look of the Rockefeller Plaza Christmas lights.