Cheekwood Botanical Gardens is hosting the Bruce Munro Art exhibit "Light".
Cheekwood is a 55 acre estate built by the Maxwell House Coffee Fortune.
We had the unique privilege of having the very natural "Light" of a full moon during our visit to the gardens.
160 miles of fiber optic cable was used in Light exhibit.
I was able to see just a few of the annual plantings.
Water-Towers: 40 structures builts from 10,000 one-liter bottles filled with water and fiber optics connected to LED projectors and audio systems.
And of course there were pumpkin displays
|Light reservation - tipi-like structures made from spent flourescent tubes |
Fireflies exhibit - in the Japanese bamboo garden
"Blue Moon" in the Japanese garden dry lake
"Candlelight" in Japanese Garden Pavilion
"Field of Light"
"Bell Drop Chandelier"
Labels: Bruce Munro, Cheekwood Botanical Gardens, Light