A spider ventures away from his web to greet festive wayfarers.
The newly fallen snow turned the light flowers into mushrooms . . . or marshmallow sundaes . . . depending on the warmth and temperament of the observer.
The garden trail meandered through the innards of a translucent caterpillar.
Further along the trail a watering can replaces the the rain and colorful flowers open as we walk by.
And a rainbow arch emerges at the end of the cloudburst.
A cloudburst is a mandatory element of a garden rain forest.
Numerous arches of colored lights framed the garden trails.
Holiday festivities include horse drawn wagon rides through the WPS Garden of Lights at the Green Bay Botanical Gardens.
Trees, shrubs, herbs, grasses, ferns and flowers create a hillside of color during the month of October at the Green Bay Botanical Gardens.
A fuzzy red flower seen at the Green Bay Botanical Gardens in October.
Sharp leaves hide behind softer grasses.
Ornamental koi graced the quiet waters of a pond in the Green Bay Botanical Gardens.