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New Mexico Biopark Society River of Lights- 11.29.11

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Wow. Our Tasteologie Editor (and resident photographer), Jackson Stakeman, was in Albuquerque, NM for the holidays and while wandering around in search of awesome holiday lights ~ ended up discovering this insane holiday light show at the New Mexico Biopark Society ~ they turn their botanic gardens into the “River of Lights”! Even better ~ as far as how much energy it takes to power this glittering installation, their site says, “the River of Lights crew, which works year-round to design and build new sculpture, in addition to repairing and refurbishing old ones, has begun using more LED lighting in the construction of new pieces and replacing incandescent bulbs in some of the older pieces.” Take a peek on the next page at the spectacle of lights in the form of gardens, whales, octopi, t-rexs, cars, and so much more… and there’s even a video at the end to give you a feel for the experience!













Don’t these remind you of a ton of venn diagrams? Almost some kind of “you are here” map… biopark13.jpg

And now to see it in action… with christmas music and all…

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These are fabulous pictures! They have really captured the essence of the BioPark. So many people, even residents, think the BioPark hibernates after the fall, and it really doesn’t. This is such a romantic way to enjoy a chilly winter night. I linked to your story on my blog, also.

----- Lynn (NM Enchantment) 01.12.11 23:12

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