Monday, October 2, 2017

Visiting San Francisco Botanical Gardens


I know I have been on a little bit on a nature theme lately but I have been enjoying the great weather here in the Bay Area and been getting outside. Recently, I went to the San Francisco Botanical Garden in Golden Gate Park. It is a place that I have never been and I am kicking myself for not going. It is so beautiful:















The San Francisco Botanical Garden is a beautiful place for a stroll.

24 comments:

  1. I always enjoy botanical garden! So many beautiful things to see..

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  2. Hi there! These pictures are so beautiful! I live in New York and we have a lovely botanical gardens. I don't get to go as much as I should but this post is inspiring me to go sometime soon. I was your neighbor today at the messy marriage link up.

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  3. I love these type of gardens- there are always so many wonderful flowers to enjoy and learn about. We have the Longwood Gardens which are quite spectacular especially around Christmas time.

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  4. We have a botanical garden close-by that I need to visit. Your pictures of this garden in San Fran have inspired me! Just beautiful and peaceful.

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  5. I love going to the Missouri Botanical Gardens that's not too far from me. And yes, you should visit this place more often, Patrick! Beautiful pics as always!

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  6. I love visiting botanical gardens. They get you away from the city, and are so pretty!

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  7. It looks like a beautiful place to visit! As far as I'm concerned, you can never have too many posts based on nature and the great outdoors, so keep them coming :) Thanks for linking up with #sharethejoylinky again, we love seeing your posts each week!

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  8. I've been here and it is indeed a very beautiful place to visit.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ☺

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  9. Nothing wrong with a nature theme! I love seeing uniquie plants and flowers I never knew were a thing.

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  10. Lovely photos I like gardens like that

    Have a colourfultastic week ;-)

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  11. I still say you go to the neatest places. How are you feeling today? Fine I hope. Unfortunately this kind of place I do not go to because I'm allergic to bees for one & small insect bites, but love looking at the pictures. Thanks for sharing my friend.

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  12. How lovely the gardens are! Sad to say that I have not visited our botanical gardens either but now you have me thinking I definitely should.

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  13. There are some very neat plants and flowers there. What are those deep red blooms on the woody stalks?

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  14. What a wonderful place to visit. Gorgeous!
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  15. Lovely place to visit. I love taking photos of flowers :) Thanks for sharing at The Wednesday Blog Hop :)

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  16. Such nifty and pretty flowers and plants. No clue what they all are, but they are lovely. Thanks for stopping by and sharing on Tots and Me

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  17. I'm not a gardener but there's something about pretty flowers and a botanical garden. They seem to bring so much peace with them. #sharethejoylinky

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  18. My mother lived in San Fran for a few years in the mid 1990's and we visited several places, including this one. She loved been outside.
    What is that first alien looking plant with the big purple brown flowers?
    - Lisa

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  19. What a beautiful place! I'd love to visit it someday, but it is a bit far from my home in Tennessee. Atlanta's Botanical Garden is closer.

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  20. when I first went to SF, I adored the flowers, Then I went to Auckland, I felt it was like SF. We also have that pink lilies we call naked ladies.

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  21. What a beautiful venue I would love a day here - love the pictures Patrick

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  22. Ohhhh! Gorgeous pictures, Patrick! Thanks for letting me visit the gardens vicariously through you! :)

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