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Am so sorry -made the mistake in publishing my post Vineyard in December is but that one is for next week – so I put it back in draft!
Love to spend time in Balboa Park in San Diego – it won’t be often anymore since we moved to N. Calif. – which is not only a park, but also a cultural center. Most of the buildings have an opulent Spanish building style. Several museums and restaurants, surrounded by fountains and flowers, a botanical building, and an artist corner with several kinds of arts.
Not to mention many trees, lawns and other places to sit, as well as opportunity for street performers, plant and flower shows. A little city in itself.
The side of the grand platform
The front side of the platform for (mostly organ) concerts and a gallery of pillars on each side. Beautiful background, much used for wedding photography. Photo below is taken by hubby:) – oh, what a difference of 10 pixels more on a camera can do for a photo!
About the only place in Balboa Park I could find a fence, as a division between the restaurant and the dome and tower behind it. Have noticed that in the city are much less fences and in rural areas.
The Botanical building with many orchids has a long pond in front, laced with these water lilies. These 3 are actually a vibrant yellow, not white! Usually eat a packed lunch here:) Close by, monthly displays and meetings of horticultural associations
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