Well, my blog friends, I hope you are in the mood for more Christmas lights.
One million lights, to be exact!
We had a Christmas celebration with part of the family last weekend that included anighttime visit to the Savannah Botanical Gardens and it was, indeed, a Christmas wonderland of color and lights.
First you walked through the Formal Garden, a sea of thousands of little white and gold lights.
At the back of the Formal Garden, you entered a 90 foot tunnel of different colored lighted hoops.
The blue lights in the back of this display are on individual bamboo stalks in the
Historical Bamboo Grove.
These animated angels were taller than I am.
They made beautiful music
for the eyes and ears.
More bamboo, green this time, with deer.
Crape Myrtle Allee
Every brightly colored tree had tiny sparkling stars projected on the branches.
This area of the gardens is the old agricultural research part. The orange trees are decorated with orange balls of light and above, the grape arbor is hung with clusters of purple lights reminiscent of the grapes that grow there in summer.
The Orchid House lit from within
Season's Greetings from the Family!
(The 2-year old is missing because he could not be corraled in time for the photo!)
P.S. If any of my commenters would like to receive a Christmas card from me, e-mail me your home address. I would love to send you one!