The Birmingham Zoo has sponsored their Zoolight Safari for many years, but I'll have to admit this was my first visit. They boast over half million lights and I will concur. It was great fun wandering through the grounds and seeing so many grand light displays, but the most fun was of course the train ride through the park. For my Birmingham readers, there's still time to see it all.
It must be a beautiful place to visit this period Virginia.
I wonder what the animals think of all that twinkling and night time traffic.
There is a similar Festival of Lights in Los Angeles in Griffith Park, near the zoo, but not in the zoo.
I am hoping the fish can sleep at night!
Here we have the festival of holiday store windows .. Sax has holograms of snowflakes projected on the store's 5th Ave facade ...
We had a Festival of Lights at Canyon Lodge ski slope...skiers and snowmobiles in synchronization, carrying torches, fireworks...Lot's of fun and beautiful too!!!
Being a weekender/tourist town, there aren't a lot of Christmas lights in the neighborhoods...but the streets are strung with lights!!!
Love your Christmas banner!!!
Ooh, love the light. It looks like a river of dark gold. There should be some oompa-loompas around somewhere.
What a pleasant way to enjoy the Zoo...I love it, and the picture is breathtaking. Merry Christmas Virginia, sending many honks from NYC to you. Peace.
All the years we lived in Bham we never did go there for the Zoolight Safari. I wish we had.
The lights are giving a really very gorgeous look..safari in such place would be interesting. After dark
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