Sunday, July 6, 2014

Photo: Desert Botanical Garden from the air

I have posted a lot of photos over the years from the Desert Botanical Garden, as has Sharon on her Phoenix Daily Photo site.  Here is a different perspective on the DBG.

In the center of this photo is a butte.  The Desert Botanical Garden is on the far slope of that butte.  You can see a slightly more green area and a band of buildings.  The buildings are the entrance, area, gift shop, restaurant, a classroom building, a multi purpose room where special events are held.

One of the Salt River Project canals slices through the right side of the photo.

Today is Sunday, so we have new photos posted on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.  This week we are showing some underwater photos from the Sea of Cortez, including several photos of sea lions swimming underwater with us.

4 comments:

glenda said...

Interesting photo. It gives no clue of the wonderful garden sights!

Sharon Anck said...

You've really done a good job on these photos from the air.

Julie said...

Nice seeing it from the air. It is a whole new view many don't get to see.

Bob Crowe said...

We out here in green-land wouldn't recognize this as a garden. Having been there I know that there are many different ways to be a garden.

We've had a medium-wet and not-too-hot summer so far. Really, really green.

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