Monday, November 30, 2009

Glistening Chihuly Glass Art at Sunset

Even though the Chihuly Glass Art Installation called "The Nature of Glass" is no longer at the Desert Botanical Gardens, the Desert Wildflower Towers remain.

Chihuly created these Desert Wildflower Towers for the entrance of the Gardens, and they provide a stunning entrance indeed.

This photo captures the wildflower with the last rays of sunlight creating sparkles at the end of the glass tips.

These towers truly are photographed by everyone and reminds the rest of us how much we loved the Chihuly glass art interspersed with the desert an cactus. I will go to my archives and bring forth some Chihuly glass art photos to occasionally share over the next few weeks.

And, on our travel site we have some photos of a fascinating pyramid and sculptures taken at Ek Balam in Mexico. Just click Viva la Voyage!



7 comments:

Jim K said...

what a great shot

Leif Hagen said...

Lovely, artsy photo!

brattcat said...

An amazing siting for the glass. The way you've composed this suggests the jewels of royalty.

Sharon said...

I've taken photos of these towers in all kinds of light. This is very nice!

Lois said...

That is a gorgeous shot Julie!

Rob and Mandy said...

Amazing

Don and Krise said...

Very cool lighting here. Nice work Julie.

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