Don't know if I am the only one interested in this but here goes. I love the outdoor solar lighting. Am striving to learn more about it but can't seem to find information on how it works. I have lots of figurine, etc using solarlights but there should be a way to make a panel and hook them all together. There also should be a way to make the lights yourself, even if it is just a light under a glass jar and possibly using a mirror or foil to amphlify the light. Anyone who has done it that would care to share the know how I would be so greatful, (or is it grateful).
Jocelyn, thanks, I checked it out and that would be great as an accent light. I like the idea of the lighted glass blocks for the walkway also. Since I live out in the country, yet on a main road, seeing the colored lights in the black of night has been commented on to be by several passing by. It seems to help some drivers pull out of their late night sleepiness. Beside I love looking out the windows at night and seeing the color.
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Location: Carnation, WA (Western Washington State / Cascadia / Pacific NW)
Light is available all day. There is almost magic in darkness. It's better t appreciate it than to destroy it IMO. It takes a significant amount of energy to make solar anything, and with the manufacturing processes for the cheap products, it causes horrifying pollution.
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