I'm sorry to let you down, Klazu.
I don't take photos, so I have nothing to offer you.
For that matter and as I already said, my home town of Berkeley has little to show in terms of Christmas decorations. Of course that has partly to do with the fact that people here are almost offended when you say "Merry Christmas;" the pc thing to say is "Happy Holidays."
However, there are many, many cities in this country, both large and small, that go all out for Christmas and have lavish, beautiful decorations. There always is a huge Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center in New York:
The smallish city in Georgia where my mother-in-law lives is always beautifully decked out for Christmas. All the downtown streets have their own lights symbol: Mulberry Street has angels, Cherry Street has stars, Poplar Street has drums ...
San Francisco is not bad, either. The Embarcadero Towers by the Bay are not really well visible in this pic
and really a bunch of several concrete box highrises are always outlined in lights, which makes for a lovely image.
They look like tall boxes of gifts lined up next to each other.