Nighttime is the bright time for Clinton Square holiday lights

Trees of all types.

I considered myself fortunate that my work meeting in downtown Syracuse kept me until sunset.

That meant that my carefully planned parking near Clinton Square allowed me to take photos of the festive holiday scene with my iPhone 8 after nightfall.

Spectacular view.

Taking in this location has become a tradition.

A full experience.

I may no longer visit every day, but it still holds my affection.

Now that’s a tree.

I think this is one of the best-looking trees the city of Syracuse has ever had donated for the spot.

The old monument.

The statues hold strong every year.

So much atmosphere.

May many enjoy the ambiance.

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8 thoughts on “Nighttime is the bright time for Clinton Square holiday lights

  1. when I was working at SU I used to go in REALLY early to work out (the 5:58 a.m. bus out of L’pool). Those lights in Clinton Square were always very special first thing in the morning, and I was always sad when they were turned off for the season.

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    • When I worked at the big daily, the Clinton Square holiday season always perked me up, Lynn. I was grateful to have it right next door. That spot on your daily bus ride must have been a mood lifter for sure!

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