Holiday Bokeh

Along with giving and receiving gifts, driving to see family has become a holiday tradition. In these parts, as I drive by small towns, the silent glow of holiday lights bring out the warm fuzzies within me. The song is the theme music from Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, composed by Jon Brion. A song that I can play in repeat forever. Seriously, can music get any prettier than this? Kelly and I have been dancing to this ever since I downloaded it, the video also tries to capture some of that. If you have never heard of the word Bokeh, check here. The upcoming new year will bring new videos, new people and, maybe, a new site. Happy Bokeh Holidays everyone!

8 Responses to “Holiday Bokeh”

  1. llx said:

    Best wishes 4U2. beautiful stuff. When I feel the urge to steal an idea it just means that I am jealous. If I will steal this one day, I will let you know where you can collect the bill.

  2. DeK said:

    Christmas balls everywhere :D

  3. Ron B said:

    Hey buddy. I agree with you on the song. Great stuff. Peace Harmony and Love to you and Kelly down South!

  4. andy cochrane said:

    beautiful, and perfect for the season. i am in new hampshire for the holidays and this captures the serenity of countryside like this at xmas time- LA just can’t do winter holidays right.

  5. Josh Oakhurst said:

    beautiful Ajit

  6. Andy Coon said:


    what a wonderful art piece editing to that great music. a gem.

  7. atn. said:

    Hello Squigglebooth!

    I’ve just seen your wonderful “holiday bokeh” short film.
    (through bannerblog)
    Loved it. Awesome editing. Sounded very familiar to me since I’ve just finished my own greeting card: 2008

    I love bokeh too!


  8. Lynne jackson said:

    Dear Ajit
    what a treat—May I use it in my class to show rhythmic editing? :) gonna!
    since i have he new computer hook up I can keep up on your stuff–what a delight! kisses to herself