I love blue sky, but could never figured out how photographers get their skies to be this blue, and thanks to the tip from Scott Thomas Photography. These were taken with a polarizing filter, and not photoshop.
Fish in the pond asking for food, I don’t think we’re allowed to feed them.
There are still some flowers in the garden,
I will post that next, see what Biltmore Garden is like in November.
I missed the peak season of the Autumn leaves, I was looking forward to this year but with the busy schedule and unkind weather, it was impossible to get up here.
It was late in the evening, we hung around to wait until dusk.
Biltmore employees started to light the candles to make the paper bag luminaries.
My niece came with us this time, she loves the Christmas tree decorations inside the Biltmore House, and also the Christmas lights.
This was taken around 5:15 PM, it gets dark faster these days.
Lee was not too thrilled about the Christmas lights, she was ready to head back after she got her toys from the gift shop. It had been a long day for them, we got there too early because most people started coming around 5 PM to see the Christmas lights, and here we got there around 12:30 PM.
And by 5:48 PM, the wait was well worth it.
We left there at 6:00 PM, by then it was completely dark.