Sunday, November 8, 2015

Chrysanthemum Festival at Longwood Gardens

Friday night we attended a special event at
celebrating the Asian heritage combined with the 
Chrysanthemum Festival

I took so many pictures, today I will share pictures of the 
East Conservatory and the Mums
tomorrow, I will share images of the 
Night of 1,000 Lights...the lights and lanterns.









 






And here we are...it was 70 degrees on this November evening,
it was an amazing night.

Come back tomorrow, the lanterns were spectacular!!
November 6, 2015

22 comments:

  1. Love the pictures can't wait to see more....

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  2. You do get to see some amazing sights Debbie ... always a lot going on where you are.
    I don't think I've ever seen so many 'mums' in one place, great photo's.

    Looking forward to your next post already.

    All the best Jan

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  3. I see your laughing and happy faces, it had to be an incredible night.
    Debbie, I'm delighted with your photos and beautiful flowers and arrangements.
    I love chrysanthemums. It's wonderful flowers.
    HAPPY week.
    Greetings from Poland.
    Lucia

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  4. Oh your pictures of Mums are beautiful and you two make good neighbors and friends to whom you meet.

    A darling couple you are. You have a loving man. He is a keeper but so are you to him.

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  5. Beautiful and always good to see your happy faces.

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  6. Stunningly beautiful! And, you guys look good too. :)

    xoxo

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  7. Hello Debbie, beautiful images from your Longwood Garden visit. I like the cute shot of you and your hubs.
    Happy Sunday, ennjoy your new week ahead!

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  8. Always nice to see your photos, Debbie !
    Beautiful flowers and fantastic decorations !!
    Happy Sunday !

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  9. WONDERFULL, great event, nice shots, greeting from Belgium

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    Happy week.

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  11. so beautiful. i like those 'snowball' ones.

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  12. Such a gorgeous place!!! These are lovely! I love the creative way they labeled them in that one dome-like display. Can't wait to see the lanterns!

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  13. Oh Debbie, these photos are spectacular. You do such amazing work. I always love the pictures of the two of you. You radiate happiness. Sending love and hugs your way~

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  14. I've never seen such a variety of gorgeous mums! This is an amazing garden!

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  15. Wow 70 degrees, what a wonderful evening to be out and enjoying the beautiful flowers. Love how they did the flowers in domes and on the trees in the water, very cool.
    We went to those gardens while living in New Jersey at Christmas time to see their lights but we were bundled up so tight you can hardly tell it was us in the photo's LOL!

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  16. That's a lot of yellow-flower-power! Blooming beautiful.

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  17. The flowers are beautiful! Love all the bright, cheery yellow!

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