Monday, 15 April 2013

Music and Nature shows at the Franklin Park Conservatory, Columbus Ohio.

After some false starts, spring finally came to Columbus. By this time Easter was long gone too. With flowers in full bloom, it was time to head to the Franklin Conservatory. Words can never be enough to describe what music and nature gives us. So here are the photos. Alas I was not able to make any audio recording. So, can we see music being played?























Happy Spring Days!
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    1. Thank you Lynn. The Conservatory has a rain forest section, as can be seen in the greenery.

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  2. Beautiful! I love spring flowers, but I hate what they do to my sinuses. I can hear a song in my head to go with these images, but it's probably not the one being played.

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    1. Ha ha, you are right Crystal. All those pollen not good news for the sinuses. I heard honey might lessen allergy to pollen. Try it, who knows.

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  3. Great pictures! I love all the flowers =).

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    1. Thank you Danielle. Happy to hear you are enjoying our page.

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  4. Some great photos - I love the plant that looks like fire!

    found you through A to Z Challenge, look forward to reading more of your posts

    from Spoon Paws @ www.mummyisagadgetgeek.co.uk

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    1. Welcome to nuttybean "Mummy". I must explain though, that firelike flowers are not real, they are made by the glass artist. The same as those purple colored rods jutting out among the palm trees. They look fantastic right?

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  5. What beautiful pictures! That butterfly just drew me right in.

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    1. Right, we too so fascinated by the butterflies. Thank you, Melanie. Always wonderful to see you.

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  6. Haven't been there in a few years, bout time to go again. Love the flower and butterfly pictures. Very nice. Looks like we're neighbors...Cols here too. A-Z

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    1. I wish we are still your neigbour, Sandy. We miss Ohio. We are back in Malaysia now, which is wonderful too ... so that now friends can visit us.

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  7. Those are some beautiful photos. You've certainly had a lot of travels. :)

    Have fun with a-z.

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