Tripping the Light Fantastic at Meadowlark Gardens Part II

web lights fiveIts that time of year when the world is brightened up with colorful lights. One of the best light shows in Virginia can be found a Meadowlark Gardens in Vienna, Va. This is part two of a post started Friday featuring scenes from Meadowlark’s  Winter Walk of Lights.  (see more photos and text below)

Meadowlark Botanical Gardens in Vienna, Va. is well known for it great variety of flowers and trees on its well maintained paths that travel over rolling hills. It also has several sculptures placed around the park, but thru Jan. 5, the park is transformed  into a winter wonderland.

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The light displays  cover a variety of holiday themes, from  giant swans to Christmas trees.

web lights fourThis is the second year the  light festival has been held at the park. It is quite an impressive display which sprawls across the rolling hills and forests of Meadowlark.

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Thanks so much for stopping by today.  I hope the rest of your weekend is a good one, Rob

19 thoughts on “Tripping the Light Fantastic at Meadowlark Gardens Part II

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  6. Heather

    awesome light show, love lights at this time of the year!!! I particularly like how they wrap lights around the truck and limbs of trees…that is very cool, I’ve not see it done that way before!

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