I had to share these gorgeous pictures of China Lights, something my family has really enjoyed the past two years. Here is my post from last year (if you want more pictures)!
Similar to last year, we arrived before sunset with our tickets in hand. We managed to catch the lights display on the very last day. My first pictures are at twilight, when the sky is a lighter blue.
The displays had changed from 2016, and it was still a great variety, though the dinosaurs replacing the beautiful pagoda was a little under-whelming. This was my shote of the pagoda from last year:
One of our favorites this year was the panda scene.
We also liked walking through the tunnels of the Chinese Zodiac signs.
More beautiful lights: flowers, the regal entry gate, dragon and tunnels.
We liked these little owls too. The colors and detail are so pretty!
Though it’s difficult to choose, my favorite animal was the dragon. It’s one of the largest displays in the entire exhibit, and I love the moon in the picture.
China Lights is becoming a wonderful family tradition! We hope to enjoy more light displays together through the years. Cheers!