Colors of the SF Conservatory of Flowers

Colors of the SF Conservatory of Flowers

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The Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park is surely not one to be missed.  As one of the cheapest things to do in the park, there really is no excuse.  Even if you don’t like flowers, you will be floored by the various galleries, taking in the sights and scents and the fabulous (lack of) sound.  So peaceful and so relaxing.  A great way to brighten the day when its gloomy and cloudy outside.

The botanical gardens are comprised of 5 sections, (which are frequently changing), consisting mainly of rare plants.  The attention to detail in each room is spectacular, with the ability to capture such an atmosphere through plants alone.

It’s hard to take a bad photo here, see for yourself:

All in all, it was a nice way to spend an afternoon.  I may be a bit biased because I have this fondness of beautiful flowers that I just can’t explain.  And I was too excited being able to put the macro setting on my camera to good use.

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