Lights in the night that bring delight. Going to the glimmering evening garden show has become a tradition for us. This year, we started in the mushroom grove. Delicate mushrooms that look like morels are made from beeswax and glow.
Next we went through an astral entrance. It felt like a rite of passage to a new world.
In Firefly Forest, we felt the presence of fairies and wood spirits.
We were drawn into a part of the galaxy with a black hole. We watched as it pulled a star into itself.
Neon butterflies greeted us from the next curve of the path.
Warmth and delight, despite the ups and downs in life, guided our way through the subsequent walkways. The artist named them harps; to me they looked like rollercoasters.
What seemed to be simply a sculpture, had many hidden colors at a second glance.
Next was an interactive dance party, with lights the volunteer DJs could tweak and change. Eagle was the DJ; my good friend the dancing queen in front of the screen.
The central trellis on the border of the grass circle became an industrial light and music corridor. Spheres awaited a tap to come alive with illumination and sound. We were the catalysts.
Thanks for tripping the light fantastic with Olbrich Gardens and Fake Flamenco. Which of these glowing art pieces interested you the most? ¡Olé! –Rebecca
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This post is part of the Ragtag Daily Prompt: art.