About that upside down Christmas tree...I think that was a fad a few years ago. I know that one department store in a mall near me had an upside down tree, fully decorated (but not with beer cans!) among their aisle displays for at least two years in a row. DH and I used to marvel at it when we walked by.
The deer or the stump I can't help you with, but they seem like a whimsical bunch of people in that house!
The up-side down tree came into the public eye a few years ago. At the time, it was suggested for households with cats although I'm sure an inventive cat could find a way to get into it.
Certain areas of Brooklyn are famous for their over the top holiday decorations. When we visited Dyker Heights the variety of visitors was almost as interesting as the lights themselves.
At their request and using their cameras we took photos of Asian and European tourists.
Women wearing saris or chadors and pushing strollers were among the crowd as were Orthodox Jewish families. We have no doubt that there were more than a few Pagans present but Pagans aren't as recognizable as these other folks.
Mr. Thipu helped direct traffic while a resident of one of the homes got her car out of the driveway.
'Wow!', he said, 'This must drive you nuts!"
'Well, yes it does but it's only for a few weeks and it makes so many people happy.'
Regardless of religious beliefs, isn't an innocent way to make people happy a good thing?