Yesterday, I visited Villa Vizcaya, which was built in 1916 as the winter home of James Deering, co-founder of International Harvester. Sometimes called the “Hearst Castle of the East,” this magnificent villa brings you back to the days of the Great Gatsby. I was particularly interested to see the ten acres of gardens that surround the house and the orchidarium.
Here are a few photos of the grounds of Villa Vizcaya. I think I counted six brides having their wedding photos taken on Saturday.
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Hey, thanks, Bev. I love your icy pics too. A very different feel to these, but oh so beautiful. Good luck on Wednesday!
Thought you would like that one!
Wow!! What a beautiful place Sherry. Your pictures are so awesome and you have captured the feeling of such a lovely place. Here, I am busy studying for our practical on Wednesday. Have fun!
Good eye, as always! Love the crane checking out the guy on his phone.
Thanks so much Laurie. Appreciate you taking the time to comment!