Most of the barriers are down around this dragon at the Garden entrance.
The entrance to the Ridgway Center gained some new decorations.
And the dragon in the fountain as you enter the Garden proper gained four new friends during the last week.
The new additions to the fountain are more than decorative when the fountain is operating.
Another of the four new additions. The Garden was not using colored water this morning.
While the water lillies are not in bloom yet, these oversized pads and blossoms have found a home near the Gladney Rose Garden.
The dragons made of plates and other dinnerware are not complete but are closer than last week.
The dragons body and the Climatron offered some nice reflections in the pool.
A closer shot of the dragons body showing more detail. The body consists of plates and other pieces of dinnerware held together with kite string.
The dragon's tail near the Climatron. There are actually two of these dragons facing each other in the area between the Climatron and the Spink Pavilion.
A new boat is sailing on one of the small ponds.
A new scene added in the last week.
The same area looking toward the large lantern shown last week and later in this series.
And a third view of the same display from the opposite side.
The large lantern from the Lehmann Rose Garden
A dragon with a shell similar to a turtle waiting to move to his final location.
And two more dragons waiting to move.
An interesting bovine. Not sure if he is in his final location or will be moved to another area before the Festival.
Flying Asparas -- female spirits and symbols of Buddhism – beautiful, youthful women proficient in the arts.