Garden

Nature, Photography, Garden

W. W. Seymour Botanical Conservatory

We're going to travel back in time to earlier this year.  This is when I first received my used but new to me, Canon EOS 6D.  I was upgrading from a Canon Rebel T3 and when I wanted to take the full frame out for a test run, I realized I only had a 40 mm pancake lens that would fit the mount type.  So I wanted to find a place that I could be close to the subject and since it was still winter I decided it was time to visit the botanical conservatory that was relatively close to home.  

This is also around the time I started truly playing with Adobe Lightroom CC for editing and enchancing my photos.

This is also around the time I started truly playing with Adobe Lightroom CC for editing and enchancing my photos.

Established in 1908, the W. W. Seymour Botanical Conservatory in Tacoma, WA is one of three public Victorian-style conservatories on the West Coast.  When I went it was in the middle of a sudden snow in February, so there was a sharp contrast of walking out of flurries and cold into the fragrant scents and warmth.   

Sometimes it pays to look up.

Sometimes it pays to look up.

I've always liked gardens.  There is something fascinating about civilized nature, that despite all the push for technology there are people who put spaces like botanical gardens, arboretums and conservatories back where they can be appreciated.

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