I stumbled across this house last night while driving through a part of the neighborhood I was unfamiliar with. In the dark I couldn't fathom exactly what I was looking at (heads? Jack-o-lanterns!), so I made sure to stop by the house with my sister today on our way to the flea market...
At first all the eye sees is the sheer number of colorful bucket-heads - three rows-full, completely surrounding the fence on homemade PVC pipe frames and intertwined with old-fashioned Christmas lights. Upon closer inspection we could see that many of the lantern buckets had been customized with different colors, with a light inside of each bucket-head!
Here's a view of the house beyond the pumpkin-head barrier...! More light-up pumpkins amongst towering stands of cacti! What you don't see is the graveyard right below and the deflated blow-up Halloween figures. See the tangle of extension cords in the lower left?
We were having so much fun inspecting every inch of this delightful house!! However I think we disturbed the occupants, one of whom came out and regarded me coolly after I said "Hey, cool house!" but sister scoffed and said to me "Look, with a house this crazy, they've got to be used to dealing with gawkers." I didn't feel too bad seconds after that reassurance, heh.
This is one of my favorite things - finding unusual/beautiful/passionately executed sites to explore with my sister. We'll spot the same things and then notice other details which we excitedly share with each other during and after the siting. Hooray for super awesome detours...!