Good morning, everyone! Today’s photos are from Donna Beaton in northern New Jersey. She’s taking us on a visit to the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx, where she saw the Chihuly Glass exhibit a few years ago.
She says, “These photos are from a 2006 installation at the New York Botanical Garden. The gardens are a treat themselves, but the Chihuly pieces added a whole new dimension. The installations have gone in many public gardens, all with a different twist, dictated by the structures and plantings.”
If there’s one thing I noticed while out in Seattle this spring, it’s that people cannot get enough of Dale Chihuly! These are gorgeous shots, Donna. That first one is spectacular!! Thanks for sharing them.
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