Japanese Garden - Missouri Botanical Garden

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Real Estate Agent with Platinum Realty 1999090686

On June 12, in addition to touring the Missouri Botanical Garden, I also walked the Japanese Garden.  I think this is my favorite part of the garden.  You can see a large part of the Japanese Garden when traveling on Magnolia Street (on south side), but you have to peer though the fence.  To fully appreciate it, you need to spend a few hours walking the meandering path through the garden.  This is the largest traditional Japanese Garden in North America.  It covers 14 acres, including a 4.5 acre lake. 

For more information on this treasure, visit:  http://www.mobot.org/hort/gardens/japanese/intro/index.shtml

I've created two virtual medial presentations from the photographs I took that afternoon:

http://www.realestateshows.com/201960

http://www.realestateshows.com/201962

It's hard to take a bad photo in the garden, as there's a new photo opportunity around every turn.  I hope you enjoy!

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Tim,  WOW what an amazing photo...it's almost as if you are right there...

 

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Thanks for the kind words.  It helps to have a good camera....
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