By now it should be clear that I’m a plant geek. Plants are awesome. So when I need a break, I find myself with a camera pointed at plants – most often with the macro setting. This weekend presented an opportunity for one of those much-needed-but-all-too-rare breaks. This time I ended up at the San Francisco Botanical Gardens with friends when we found out that the magnolias were blooming. Who needs a better excuse than that?
February 21, 2012
San Francisco Botanical Gardens
I lead two lives - one as an artist and the other as a scientist. More and more I'm finding my two worlds colliding, and it's not the disaster you might expect. View all posts by micheletobias
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