Wednesday, March 19, 2014

The Disney Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop ~ The Flower and Garden Festival Display at the China Pavilion

Focused on the Magic
Today, I am joining in the fun of the Disney Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop hosted by Focused on the Magic.  This week's topic is the Flower and Garden Festival, which is absolutely one of my most favorite times of year to visit Epcot.  The displays around the park are amazing, and it always gets me thinking about how these characters are brought to life through topiaries.  Actually, I wish were visiting the festival right now!  The photo I am sharing is from the China Pavilion.





If you are like me and won't make it to Epcot this year to experience the festival or you are waiting for your spring trip to get here, head over to 
and take a virtual tour of the displays over the years!  Then link up with your own favorite!

9 comments:

Sean @DisneyDayByDay said...

I wish I was there as well, great picture!

Suzanne Rudge (MapleMouseMama) said...

Great photo Beth! I am living thru these great Flower and Garden Festival photos as I have not been yet..

@DisneyTutor said...

Great pic! Love visiting China!

Beth D. said...

Thank you! Me too! With the kids, we don't spend as much time in the pavilions as we used to, but this photo was taken on our date night - my parents took the kids so we could actually stroll through World Showcase! :-)

Beth D. said...

It is so amazing! We can't make it this year, but it certainly makes Epcot look beautiful!

Beth D. said...

Thank you! I haven't been since they added the food booths (last year we left the day before the festival began). We love the Food and Wine Festival too, so now it seems the Flower and Garden Festival will have the best of both worlds! :-)

Michelle Ordever said...

What a great pic! Love the light catching his eye!

Here's my #DisneyWordlessWednesday post! - Flowers + Gardens at WDW

Deb @ Focused on the Magic said...

Great capture! I can see the mist coming out of his mouth! I love the Flower and Garden Festival but anytime is a great time to enjoy the gardens and flowers!

Beth D. said...

I'd like to say I planned that, but it was just a lucky shot! :-) Pierre and I were on our date night and strolling through the pavilion, something we do not always get to do with the children. Otherwise, we would have missed it!