Sunday, 6 December 2015

5 in 5 | Longleat's Festival of Light

I'm a day late with posting my 5 in 5 photos, which I actually took on Friday 4th when I was walking around the Festival of Light at Longleat.

To give you an idea of scale, the adult rhino in the first photo was slightly taller than me, so about 5 feet 4 inches to the tip of its horn.  These were some of the smaller lights but I'll save the photos of the bigger exhibits for another day.


Thanks to Sandie @ Itchifingers for organising this monthly link up.

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  1. What a great display of lights!

    betty

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  2. Wow they look fantastic, g
    Hope you enjoyed it. X

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    1. I did thanks. It was fantastic, much more of a 'wow' display than I was expecting.

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  3. Wow is a good description! Lights can be quite magical. I remember as a child my parents taking me to Southend because they used to have magnificent lights at night time, and a path through a cliff top garden that had lots of scenes and models lit up.
    These at Longleat look on a much larger scale and quite magnificent. Glad you had a good time, your photos are lovely to see. Thank you for sharing and taking part in 5in5. There are always lovely surprises to find!

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  4. What a fantastic display well worth going to see. I glad you enjoyed the visit.

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  5. Great pics and I love that sky as a backdrop.

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  6. I was humming hakuna matata while viewing these wonderful light displays. Great shots.

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  7. wow, amazing light sculptures

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  8. WoW! indeed, amazing photos too x

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  9. Yay! I have finally caught up! I've been working backwards and have enjoyed seeing all your posts in the run up to Christmas - lots of Carols, band playing and mince pies. Time now to relax!

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