Red lanterns line the “Garden of Good Fortune,” designed by Eijiro Nunokawa to be a Japanese garden.
Visitors make their way through the 10 installations in this year’s enchanted forest at Descanso Gardens.
Lanterns and ornaments featured in the installation, as well as souvenirs, are available for purchase at the store located near the entrance/exit of the enchanted forest.
The white bark of Southern California’s native sycamore tree make it the perfect canvas for a pallet of colors.
Usually filled with living tulips during the spring, this “Flower Power” Garden is otherwise filled with plant installations of changing colors to represent the different seasons.
The installations welcome the interaction of visitors for an engaging experience of all the senses.
“Celestial Shadows” are large scale artworks by HYBYCOZO creating geometric patterns through a manipulation of light and shadows.
Originally installed as a way to store irrigation water , the “Lightwave Lake” is now illuminated with changing colors that can be manipulated by onlookers.
Couples, families and friends enjoy the holiday ambiance created by the variations of light installations as they make their way through the gardens.
The gardens are a popular spot for photos. This women stands for a photo under one of the exhibits.
A couple stands for a photo under a dome of lights in the “Fantasy Forest” installation.