The Brooklyn neighborhood Dyker Heights is renowned for its annual Christmas lights display, and this year the tradition continues with their typically over-the-top illuminated love letter to Con Edison. Tourists from around the world descend upon the little neighborhood every December to gawk at the gaudy light show, which is mostly centralized in the area between 80th and 86th Streets and 10th and 13th Avenues; the main drag is 84th Street. Take a look at how they're doin' this year.

Should you wish to witness the splendor with your own eyes, you can take the R train to 86th Street and walk for a bit, or plunk down $55 for Tony Muia's annual Christmas Lights & Cannoli Tour. The bus leaves from Union Square on select nights through the end of the month, and includes a stop at Mona Lisa Pastry Shop & Cafe for a cannoli and cappuccino. Check out some video of this year's bedazzlement: