I call this first one: Shades of Blue Christmas. These people incorporated a lot of blue lights to try and make the illusion of iciness. The picture was a little blurry but it's hard to with no lighting to capture the full effect.
The next one, I call: Gingerbread House on a Hill. This house is on top of a hill and is surrounded by trees and bushes which diluted the lighting, but it just reminds of a Hansel and Gretel type of house.
This one I call: These People Really Love Christmas and Every Other Holiday Too! Every year this couple pulls out all of the stops to create a glowing spectacle. But they also do this for St. Patrick's Day, 4th of July, Thanksgiving...pretty much every holiday.
This one I like to call: Up From the Ground Christmas Comes. They always have little pop-ups and scenes that pepper the yard for the yuletide season as well as Halloween.
This next one is called: Outline - because the house is outlined...even the windows, and the bushes.
This one is known as: Classy Christmas. They incorporated nice icicle lights with some reindeer a very nice nativity scene.
This one I like to call: Simplicity. And no further description is needed.
Finally, I will call this last one: Epileptic Christmas. This house always draws a crowd every year for it's incredible sequencing of house and yard lights to songs that you can listen to on the radio. This year was no different so I felt a brief video was in order.
Merry Christmas! And tell us which one you like!