Tuesday, November 13, 2007

CONSERVATORY COURTYARD POOL at the NEW YORK BOTANICAL GARDEN


These are two of my photos from my last visit to the New York Botanical Garden to see "Kiku: the Art of the Japanese Chrysanthemum." Dominating the conservatory courtyard pool and serenely floating on the blue water were leaves of Victoria amazonica, the world's largest water lily. The leaves can span several feet.

3 comments:

Mia said...

Hi Noel!

I thought I'd drop by your blog after seeing your post in Raymond's site. What a fascinating blog! And you've got a fantastic eye. I'm inggit :)

I hope you're enjoying Raymond's CD.

Best regards.

Noel Y.C. said...
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Noel Y.C. said...

Thanks for dropping by Mia. And congrats again to you and Raymond.