I hope you like color…


…because today’s post features a lot of it! 🙂 We find ourselves at the 2012 Epcot® International Flower & Garden Festival where flowers abound. There are so many of them to take in that it’s hard to really see it all in one day and truly appreciate the effort behind it. Breathtaking aromas and eye-catching colors await your visit. The displays they setup are absolutely amazing. A lot of work goes into putting on this festival and it’s definitely something to see. Over 100 topiaries were created with more than 75 of them representing Disney characters. The festival runs a little over 2 months with May 20th being the last day. For more info about the festival you can go here – Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival.

Today’s images are just a small sample of what you will find there. My eyes are drawn to vibrant colors so these two scenes stopped me in my tracks! Up first we have an image I like to call “Roll out the Flower Carpet.” The orange and purple flowers leading to the doors welcome the viewer as if to say come on in.

Up next we find “Radio Flower” – a little red wagon with color spilling all over. I think this was positively one of the coolest displays I have seen at the festival. So much attention to detail makes this scene worthy of a picture.

Well that about wraps up today’s post. I really hope you enjoyed reading about the festival and viewing the pictures as much as liked sharing it with you. Please feel free to leave any comments you might have as I always appreciate hearing from my visitors!


28 thoughts on “I hope you like color…

  1. Hi,
    What magnificent displays. I just couldn’t get over the first photo, I love it, the way they have put the French Doors in the display as well as the windows, they even put curtains up on the doors, a very beautiful welcome into a home indeed, so much spectacular colour, I love how they also painted the fake windows and doors, in a vibrant colour as well. A lot of work went into this display. 🙂

    In the second photo, I love how they put flowers into the cart that splashed a lot of colour hanging down over the cart as it were, and the cart sitting in the middle of all the beautiful different coloured flowers, a lovely display as well.

    I can certainly see why you enjoyed the festival, truly magnificent and well worth seeing.


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