Tuesday, December 23, 2014

More Christmas Color


Yesterday I had photos of the Christmas tree in front of Webster Auditorium, today I've walked around to the back of the auditorium in the cozy courtyard that resembles the courtyard of a southwestern home.  The doors are decked out with wreaths.


There is a poinsettia tree in the center of the courtyard.  You can see that the roof is lined with luminaries.  Those are lit every night for the gardens famous Las Noches de Las Luminarias.  


At the entrance to the garden, the little fountain has been converted to a wonderful display of bright red poinsettias as the luminaries lead the way from the parking into the garden.

15 comments:

Mersad said...

Wonderful to see such sights spread all over the town.

Mersad
Mersad Donko Photography

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Karl Demetz said...

Oh, the red Christmas tree is wonderful !

Birdman said...

Love those trees. Bringing the holiday spirit to the Southwest.

José Mendonça said...

Happy Christmas, Sharon!

Judy said...

What a wonderful display! I always love to see those Poinsettia trees.

Lowell said...

All that red is pretty nice against the more orangish shades of the desert buildings.

glenda said...

I love this little courtyard! Cozy is a good word to describe it.

villa said...

Beautiful photographs. Let this Christmas all our wishes come true.

Happy Holidays from Salamanca.

Halcyon said...

That poinsettia tree is fantastic! What an original idea.

RedPat said...

The whole place is gorgeous!

cieldequimper said...

A poinsettia tree is a lovely idea and the wreaths are very pretty though the bow is a bit over the top for my liking.

Randy said...

Lovely tree.

llandudnopictures said...

Wonderfully festive colours!

William Kendall said...

A lovely poinsetta tree. I've seen a couple of them here, but haven't photographed them.