GP Christmas Light Ball

These are not your average balls. They’re soft and glistering. Come in different shapes and sizes. Fun to look at and even more pleasurable to play with after all that heart-racing maneuver is completed in one single shot. Better than Graduation Ball, President Ball, Wedding Ball, or any other kinds of balls you name it. No formal attire or strict etiquette to follow. Experience will be a bonus. It stimulates your creativity and unleashes your thoughts of inner mind. Over the course, you may develop your own intimate styles. Best of all, no one can clearly identify you in the act because everything’s done in the dark with long lasting effect.

1. Christmas Ball of Light at GPRC

Merry Christmas Ball of Light Painting at Grande Prairie Regional College - GPRC, Alberta, Canada | SAM TSAI . COM

December 24, 2011: A ball of light appeared on Grande Prairie Regional College on Christmas Eve!!!

2. Xmas Ball of Light at GP Museum of Heritage Village

Happy New Year Ball of Light Painting at GP Pioneer Museum of Regional Archives and Heritage Village in Muskoseepi Park - Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada | SAMTSAI.COM

December 11, 2011: I knew there would be a full moon over Grande Prairie Museum this morning, because last night there was a total lunar eclipse. Perfect moonlight for illuminating the clouds. Happy New Year 2012 :D



Merry Christmas Ball of Light Painting during Old Fashioned Christmas Festival at GP Museum of Regional Archives and Heritage Village in Muskoseepi Park - Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada | SAM TSAI . COM

December 11, 2011: Grande Prairie Old Fashioned Christmas Festival celebrates Christmas with various family-fun activities in GP Pioneer Museum of Heritage Village. A tall Christmas tree is lighted up during the party event.

Merry Christmas Ball of Light Painting with Full Moon at GP Pioneer Museum of Regional Archives and Heritage Village in Muskoseepi Park - Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada | SAMTSAI.COM

December 11, 2011: A ball of light by the GP Museum bridge. Full moon (top left) and MNP 214 Place (top right).

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