Tiffany lamps, garden glories and herons in flight: The visual delights of fall at the Biltmore

Although photography was not allowed at Biltmore Estate‘s exquisite Tiffany lamp exhibit (open through Oct. 23), the gardens are open to photographers — and some of the Tiffany lamps’’ themes (dragonflies, butterflies etc.) are in evidence throughout the gardens. 

From the kitchen gardens to the fish ponds to a great heron in flight, it was a glorious weekend this Saturday to be a local tourist!

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  1. LeeAnn Donnelly

    Patty, thank you for the wonderful photos. Glad you enjoyed your visit!

    LeeAnn Donnelly
    Biltmore

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