Three Wishes with Dali

In the gardens of the Dali Museum in St Pete, stands a Wish Tree, a brightly decorated ficus tree.


Visitors and locals alike are invited to tie a ribbon to the strings that fly gaily in the wind.


Each ribbon, or museum wrist band, represents a wish, in a ritual that relates to Hindu and Scottish traditions, apparently.


Traditional or not, it provides a bright and tranquil corner to these lovely gardens.

For more on this incredible museum, see I Dillied and I Dali-ed.

Linked to Weekly Photo Challenge: Threes and Triple Shot Friday.

13 thoughts on “Three Wishes with Dali

    1. Yes, I was pleased with these shots – I took them as part of my photography homework that week, which was focussing on shutter speed

      On Sun, Dec 28, 2014 at 1:25 PM, Travel with Intent wrote:



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