Mill Pond Garden glows with 35,000 lights
I’ve wished to walk through Mill Pond Garden since 2016 when I saw Deny’s pretty photos at capegazette.com/article/mill-pond-garden-lights-night/121100. But life rushes by, especially during the holiday season, and it wasn’t until last Sunday that I made time to stop and stare at the LED flowers! My husband and I usually like to be home in our pajamas on Sundays by 6:30pm, but that was the earliest we could get a reservation. I was worried that meant the garden would packed, but the owners did a wonderful job of organizing it. Only a couple cars were in front of us during check-in and we were directed into a parking space not too far away from the Garden of Lights.
Strolling around the property was so peaceful. A few groups of people went by while I was photographing my favorite displays, but most of the time we were alone. And took advantage to sneak a selfie kiss under a canopy of lights, which I unashamedly posted to www.instagram.com/p/B51RsGjBSpi.
Since my photos are close-ups of flowers (two shots are even real blossoms), I’m also including W Films’ video from last year to give you a scope of the light show. Find out how to get invited to other events at Mill Pond Garden at capegazette.com/article/rsvp-early-mill-pond-garden-light-display-open-nov-24/192852. You can bet I’m not going to miss the sunlight show in the spring!