Over the weekend, I visited the Mitchell Park Domes where they have a very cute exhibit, "Let It Snow", going on until January 6. I've posted about the Domes many times, but if you are unfamiliar with Milwaukee's indoor botanical garden, I have a photo of it below.
The garden is made up of three climate-controlled biospheres, the Arid Dome, the Rainforest Dome, and the Show Dome. The Show Dome has rotating seasonal displays that correspond with featured plants and flowers. This month's display involved a gigantic Christmas tree and plaster snowpeople, each with their own distinct personality, intermingled with red, pink and even yellow poinsettias.
Below are some of my favorite snowpeople.
This snow-woman was my favorite of the group. I especially love her red scarf and bracelet.
This funny-looking snowman reminded me of Frosty.
I thought this snowman looked very classic with his wreath and wool hat.
I found this snow-couple adorable.
I couldn't tell if this snowman was afraid of the dog or the one to be feared.
Personally, I don't think the dog looks quite so scary.
The last snowman, to me, was quite mesmerizing amongst the white flowers, looking up at the Christmas tree.
From what I could tell, the artist who designed the snowpeople created the Don Quixote sculptures from this past October's display. You can see them here.
This is also my "D" post for Jenny Matlock's Alphabe-Thursday. Click the link to see more!