George Eastman House – ‘The Dutch Connection’ and ‘Ag H2O’

On Tuesday we went to the George Eastman House to see The Dutch Connection and Ag H2O. The Dutch Connection had just opened, so the flowers were wonderful.

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Seriously, if you point your camera in any direction and shoot, you can’t get a bad photo.

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The smell of the flowers – I wish I could share it with you, as I’m sharing their beauty. It was wonderful!

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These flowers are just amazingly beautiful!

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I just love the flowers in the various places:
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And I love the orchids all over:
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What’s not to love about flowers this time of year, and what’s not to love about the George Eastman House!
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It is so gorgeous! And the Ag H2O exhibition was very interesting. Check it out for yourself!

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Mary Ann Fry
    Feb 16, 2013 @ 16:42:53

    The photos make it seem like we are there all over again! This was truly an inspiring and wondrous day to be surrounded by the beauty of nature in such a georgeous home. I couldn’t help looking at the photos over and over again. Thank you Pam! Love, Mum


  2. Pam
    Feb 17, 2013 @ 09:55:32

    They do, don’t they? It is such a joyous place to be, even with tons of children there, but I’m glad they were there to take in the culture. And I was glad when they were gone so we virtually had the entire place to ourselves for a little while.


  3. Jayne
    Feb 23, 2013 @ 08:26:53

    WOW! What a gorgeous place! I can just close my eyes and imagine the aroma in there with all those blooms.


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