Even though last night was not the coldest night of the Christmas season, I made my annual trip to see the lights at the Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden. Come see the magic of the garden with me….
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14 thoughts on “Holiday Lights at the Garden – 2013”
How great collection of magical photos!
It really is magical to see the lights and how they reflect in all the fountains. Glad you enjoyed it.
Magical slideshow, Janet. Thank you for sharing these lovely lights!
Glad you enjoyed them, Cheryl!
Beautiful!! Thanks for sharing the magic, Janet! 🙂 Happy 2014!!
Glad you enjoyed the lights! Happy 2014 to you, too!
How delightful. It must have felt like a winter wonderland to tour the place. May your 2014 be full of that magical feeling that accompanies wonder and awe. May love and peace be with you always.
Thank you, TT. That is a beautiful wish for the new year. Staying in wonder and awe makes gratitude spill over into every part of life.
Truly magical! I love the red and white. 🙂
It really is magical to walk among all the lights. Happy New Year, C.B.!
Beautiful! Thank you for sharing it.
Glad you enjoyed seeing it through my camera!
Every year I think, “oh, they can’t have done anything new,” and every year I am surprised by the beauty and magic of the lights.
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