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New views of Lightscape at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden

This Time with Snow and Ice

This is a supplementary blog post to December’s “LIGHTSCAPE at Brooklyn Botanic Garden“. For a sense of the full tour, I suggest looking at that post first. On our return last Saturday the show was as magnificent as the first time, with snow and ice adding to the visual splendor and often changing the lighting effects. I tried to capture these changes as well as show some new perspectives not captured in the original post.


The moving lights you see in the beginning and end of this video are strung inside a bush and along a massive oak tree.

See the moon?
This video will get very meta if you keep the sound on…

Kicking up snow in the lights…
The Cherry Esplanade light show, this time under a blanket of snow

About dannyashkenasi

I'm a composer with over 30 years experience creating music theater. I'm also an actor, writer, director, producer, teacher and general enthusiast for the arts.
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