Unwinding in the big city.
I think it’s brilliant that despite the urban jungle I live in, there are many places you can go to in order to escape the hustle and bustle of city life.
Perhaps too tranquil. I’d do the same though, if I had the luxury of time. However, my recent trip was work-related, which meant we did a quick 1.5 hour tour around the place. The last time I was here, I spent a full day enjoying what it had to offer.
I love the Gardens. It’s a paradise for photographers like me. And judging by the number of people on a week day, lots of tourists and locals love it too.
However, if you don’t appreciate pottering around nature, you might find yourself a little bored. But at least if you’re bored in the conservatories, you’ll still keep your cool.
Even though I’ve been to both conservatories a number of times, I’ll never get tired of the view. If you’re afraid of heights though, the Cloud Forest walk might be a little too much for you.
I’m not the best with heights, but I do like to challenge my fears head on.
I brought the GR along, obviously and had a great time with it. It’s awesome for close ups and macro shots. Needless to say, wide angle shots are fantastic as well. Can you tell I LOVE THIS THING??? The most pleased I’ve ever been with any camera I’ve purchased and that’s saying a lot since I’ve gone through a few in my day. Definitely a keeper!
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