See how Kevin Kelly spent his "unofficial" first day of spring!

"Last week was my “unofficial” 1st day of spring, as I spent the day at the Philadelphia Flower Show. The theme this year was Explore America, a tribute to the 100th Anniversary of the National Park Service. The Show dates back to 1829 and annually draws over 250,000 visitors in an 8 day run. Visiting the show each year gets me through the last of the “winter blues” here in the Northeast. I have included a variety of pictures to give everyone a taste of what I saw."

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This landscape is a miniature, contained in box in a wall 24 inches wide, 18 inches tall and deep.

Liberty Bell

Depicting regrowth after the fire in Yellowstone

Depicting ruins from the Valley Forge Encampment

Interpretation of an Ansel Adams Photograph (mounted behind the floral structure)

Competition class involving balconies

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