Going to the Bellagio Gardens in Las Vegas is a wonderful experience that never gets old for Steve and me. The pictures in the series is from the Fall Presentation at the Bellagio.
The picture above does not do justice to the gorgeous basket of fall produce. The basket is 12 feet high, 18 feet long and 12 feet wide. It is breath takingly beautiful.
Although the basket is very large, some of the bounty spilled out around the edges of the basket.
As in any good garden, there is a scarecrow. This fellow seems very happy with his job.
This gorgeous water mill is lovely to behold and the gentle sound of the water adds to the gentle background music.
The covered bridge is a favorite picture taking spot at the Bellagio Gardens. I waited patiently for it to clear before taking this picture. At this moment in time, not as many visitors as usual were present.
One of the great pleasures of visiting the Bellagio Gardens is the interaction of people who are there. People from all over the world visit at the same time. Not everyone speaks English, but using facial expressions and hand gestures, we communicate.
Everyone is relaxed and happy. On more than one occasion I have wished the whole world could live inside the Bellagio Gardens and be happy.
The Bellagio Garden staff are creative geniuses. The Ents have appeared in different settings in previous years. Here they manage the harvest. It was so wonderful to see them again.
Seeing the Ents again was like seeing old friends.
Our friend the talking tree was there.
The Talking Tree had a very alert looking squirrel on one of his branches.
We think this frolicking scarecrow is pretty cute. He is holding a sculpture made of live roses.
The live plants and flowers make the Bellagio Botanical Garden extravaganza come alive. It is like walking through wonderland.
Special thanks to the Bellagio staff for making this financially possible and exceptional thanks to the talented people who create the magical Bellagio Botanical Gardens.
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