A forest in colorful lights.

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@vickyrose (1979)
Canberra, Australia
March 11, 2017 6:05am CST
It's the start of Autumn and the start of several light festivals in my neck of the woods. For the first time, I attended an event called Luminous Botanicus at the Australian National Botanic Gardens. This is when the path leading up to the peak of Mt. black is illuminated with very colorful lights. It's quite a mesmerising experience to attend this event. Do you have lights shows or events at your place?
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@LadyDuck (118696)
• Switzerland
11 Mar
I did not understand how the photo was about until I realized that it is tilted on the side.
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• Philippines
11 Mar
me, too!
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@LadyDuck (118696)
• Switzerland
11 Mar
@hereandthere I was looking and wondering if those were branches of trees, until I realized that the photo was not in the correct perspective.
@vickyrose (1979)
• Canberra, Australia
11 Mar
I actually downloaded this from my Ipad and now that I'm using a PC, it's tilted!
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@Morleyhunt (15947)
• Canada
11 Mar
There is an awesome display in Niagara Falls each winter....the Festival of Lights. Add some snow on the ground....some hot chocolate in hand.....a nice family outing.
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@vickyrose (1979)
• Canberra, Australia
11 Mar
I have enjoyed the Niagara Falls in summer. I would like to check it out in Winter though. Yes, there's a lot to see around the area.
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@Morleyhunt (15947)
• Canada
11 Mar
@vickyrose the is a lot of things to see and do.
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@vickyrose (1979)
• Canberra, Australia
12 Mar
@Morleyhunt that's true, I'm saving up to return there at Niagara and stay for a longer time.
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@hereandthere (23131)
• Philippines
11 Mar
i see green, blue and pink. is luminous botanicus a one-night event?
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@vickyrose (1979)
• Canberra, Australia
13 Mar
It goes for a couple of nights.
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• United States
21 Mar
That was probably a very illuminating experience and not too many of those kind of celebrations occur around here so thank you for sharing
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@vickyrose (1979)
• Canberra, Australia
23 Mar
My pleasure, it was a good exercise going up the hill while enjoying the lights.
@vickyrose (1979)
• Canberra, Australia
24 Mar
It was, as we climbed up the mountain we were entertained by light and fog effects.
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• United States
24 Mar
@vickyrose sounds enchanting . . . can you share some photos of the experience besides the one used in this post ?
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@KristenH (19899)
• Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
11 Mar
That's beautiful. Not that I know of, other than 4th of July fireworks.
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@vickyrose (1979)
• Canberra, Australia
11 Mar
July fireworks are incredible. The light shows were just new over, here, maybe around 4 years ago.
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@KristenH (19899)
• Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
11 Mar
@vickyrose oh wow. I know Disney World has them at the end of the year.
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@vickyrose (1979)
• Canberra, Australia
18 Mar
@KristenH Disneyland have lights shows and fireworks at the end of e ach day.
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@RasmaSandra (12565)
• Riga, Latvia
11 Mar
Yes, our capital where I live Riga has a light festival in the city center around Christmas time. I am glad we are coming into spring hope your autumn is colorful and golden.
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@vickyrose (1979)
• Canberra, Australia
13 Mar
I'm sure that you'll enjoy your spring.. warmer weathers.
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@JustBhem (20756)
• Davao, Philippines
11 Mar
I don't think we do. I think there is if there's an event in city.
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• United States
18 Mar
That light show sounds like a spectacular event.
@Fleura (5851)
• United Kingdom
17 Mar
Oh that sounds nice, just my sort of thing! Yes we have a few events like that but mostly in the middle of winter.
@responsiveme (14385)
• India
16 Mar
We have sound and light shows at historical monuments. Your one must have been splendid