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Friday, December 12, 2014

Found: Over Four Million Lights


DO YOU HEAR WHAT I HEAR?
I hear a piano made from bamboo playing.  I hear children laughing.  I hear babies crying.  I hear Christmas carols.  I hear jingle bells.  I hear a train engine chugging and the ringing of it's bell.   I hear the tread of hundreds of feet along the pathways.  I hear excited voices.  I hear waterfalls.



DO YOU SEE WHAT I SEE?
I see millions of lights on bells,  stars,  elves,  candy canes,  gingerbread men,  snowmen,  snowflakes,  trees,  Santa,  reindeer,  a sleigh,  flowers,  piano,  grapevine balls,  butterflies,  candles,  and a train engine.  I see children running excitedly through the lit pathways.  I see a big full moon.  I see the lights reflecting in the Koi Pond.  I see Christmas everywhere.



DO YOU FEEL WHAT I FEEL?
I feel joy and delight.  I feel awe.  I feel amazement.  I feel Christmas!


Where did I find such beautiful Christmas Lights?
Garvan Woodland Gardens 
Hot Springs, Arkansas

Linking with Kim Klassen's Friday Finds
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8 comments:

  1. What a beautiful light show. It certainly appears they have included something for everyone to enjoy....

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  2. I like your creative post, Cathy. That display is awesome. Great night shots!

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  3. Absolutely stunning!!! You do such an excellent job. So glad I found your blog. It is my favorite.

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  4. Cathy, What a beautiful way to organize your thoughts and your pictures for today's post. I'm singing the Christmas carol now (though entirely off key). Absolutely beautiful images of the color and light of the holiday season!

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  5. It must have been quite an experience to see all these lights at night! I like the excitement in your voice as you discover all the different things!

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  6. My goodness the piano is stunning and goodness me those trees. Love all the lights of the season.

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  7. Your pictures turned out great. It was almost like being there. Your camera is a good one.

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