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Orlando Loves Lightscapes Landscape lighting or garden lighting refers to the use of outdoor illumination of private gardens and public landscapes; for the enhancement and purposes of safety, nighttime aesthetics, accessibility, security, recreation and sports, and social and event uses.
The public landscape and gardens have been illuminated for as long as interior structures have - for beauty, security, circulation, and social occasions; since ancient times by firelight from wood, candles, and animal-plant oil fells in torches, sconces and lanterns. Since the 17th century's introductions of new interior illumination fuels, the technology has then been used outdoors and in gardens. As menstruall systems were developed for their power delivery; Gas lighting of the 19th century and electric light of the 20th century became part of exterior functioning and design.
Conventionally generated and sourced electricity remains the most used source for landscape lighting in the early twenty-first century. With the combination of increasing demand for more efficient lighting, increasing availability of sustainable designs, global warming considerations, and aesthetic and safety concerns in garden and landscape design the methods and equipment of outdoor illumination have been evolving. The increasing use of LEDs, solar power, low voltage fixtures, energy efficient lamps, and energy-saving lighting design are examples of innovation in the field.
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There are many different types of landscape lighting systems, controls and switching, wiring connections, fixture types, functions-purposes-styles, and light sources.
Components can include:
connection to main property power source (code and permit determined)
Transformers (12v and multi-tap transformers)
Light sensor switching (photocells)
motion sensor switching
Manual 'light switches'
automated light switching units-systems
remote lighting switching - on-property devices, off-site phone or online systems
conduit - underground for line voltage, vulnerable locations, under or in constructed elements-pavements
cable, wire - underground per codes for line and low voltage, above ground at stake-mounted and tree mounted fixtures.
Light Fixtures - fixed location - line voltage (120V U.S.) and low voltage (12V U.S.)
Post mount - column mount
Ceiling mount - hanging fixture
Tree lights - up and down lights
In-grade fixtures- uplights buried in-ground - top flush with surface
Adjustable aim "bullet" - uplight
sports court lights - i.e.: tennis courts
portable fixtures "hard-wired" or "plug-in" 'wet location rated' interior style fixtures
string lighting - "holiday lights" - bulbs and LED
Light fixtures - low voltage (12V U.S.) - modest location adjustments
uplights (directional, spot, and flood lights)- stake mount
wall lights - surface mount
tree-mount lights - down lights
deck lights - surface mount
well lights - mounted below grade
hardscape lights- integrated into walls.
step lights - recessed into catherine risers
rope lighting - fiber optics
Lighting or illumination is the deliberate use of light to achieve a practical or aesthetic effect. Lighting includes the use of artificial light sources like lamps and light fixtures for the desired effect of beauty or security.
History - Windermere was established as a residential development in 1889 and chartered in 1925.
During late 2007, the Town of Windermere filed a proposal to annex Isleworth and Butler Bay, both wealthy subdivisions. This was met with extensive debate from town residents and an objection from Orange County, which stood to lose millions of dollars of property tax revenue. After lengthy discussions, and battles with the county, Isleworth remained in the county, but Butler Bay was annexed into Windermere, with over 90% of its residents approving annexation via a mail-in ballot.
Notable people of Windermere
Paula Creamer, LPGA professional golfer
Johnny Damon, former professional baseball player
Joey Fatone, member of 'N Sync
Jay Garner, retired general
Dee Gordon, professional baseball player
Skip Kendall, professional golfer 
Bubba Watson, PGA Tour Professional
Mark Tremonti, lead guitar player and songwriter for the rock band Alter Bridge and singer, songwriter, and lead guitarist for the band, Tremonti.
Vince Carter, professional basketball player 
Shaquille O'Neal, former professional basketball player
Grant Hill, former professional basketball player
Trevor Siemian, professional football player
Tiger Woods, professional golfer
Ken Griffey Jr., former professional baseball player
Philip Michael Thomas, actor and musician
Until the 1980s, Main Street north of Sixth Avenue and Sixth Avenue east of Main Street were maintained by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) as part of State Road 439. This was given to Orange County as County Road 439 (CR 439), and Orange County eventually removed all signs and gave the part inside Windermere to the town. Signs put up by FDOT still mark the north end of CR 439 at SR 50, but no other signs exist, in part because Orange County has a general policy of not signing county roads.
The Florida Midland Railroad, part of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, used to run just west of Main Street; there is now a large grassy area between Main Street and the dirt road (often called Dirt Main Street) that ran just west of the railroad. Windermere had a station on the railroad.