Officials in one Oklahoma town have kicked off the holiday season with the ceremonial lighting of what's being billed as "the world's largest fresh-cut Christmas tree."
At a towering 140 tall, Enid's "The Christ Tree" is the height of 20 standard seven-foot trees stacked on top of each other.
Decorating a tree that size was no easy task, Enid officials say. City workers used 20,000 multi-colored lights and 10,000 ornaments to prepare it for Christmas, a rep for the town says.
How do you feel about chopping down a 140-foot tree so it could be put on display for a month?