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I haven’t shared any doors in a long time, but thought I’d share a couple of doors, and some flowers that are in bloom from my visit to Blake Garden last Saturday with Gordon from undiscoveredimagesamonstus and a few other friends.
Blake Garden is owned and operated by UC Berkeley. It’s open Mon-Fri. Closed on week-ends except once a year it opens on the week-end for public visiting.
I’d never been there before and was looking forward to seeing and photographing flowers in bloom. I wasn’t disappointed, and there were DOORS! Well, just a couple.
This Mission Style building was marked private. It looked empty, but had huge windows overlooking the view of the bay and San Francisco. Unfortunately, on this morning it was very overcast so the view wasn’t good.
This view was very good I thought, but the reflection had me the moment I saw it. Anna and I waited sometime for this view to be people free.
A closer look at the door:
Standing in front of the house/building and looking east you see this! Do you see the Koi?
I love Stone Bridges, and this one is so cute. There’s a little door and a hidey hole too.
A Columbine. I think it’s a Blue Columbine, but I’m not positive.
I laid down on the path to get a view of its face which was hidden when looking down and walking along the path.
The Green Tool Shed had its door open and I liked the little peek inside and the foliage framing it.
I have quite a few flower images, but I’ll end with a Red Poppy so it doesn’t turn into a Flower Post. 🙂
This post has been part of Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors. He’s a master gardener of doors.
Click on over to his website here and at the bottom of his post you’ll find the little blue frog. Click that and be taken to a list of all Door Gardeners that are sharing their door finds this week.
If you have a door or two you’d like to share please do! Norm gives us until noon Saturday Quebec time to post and link up!
Nikon D810| Nikkor 105mm macro lens & 24-120mm variable lens| SanDisk Digital Film|PS CC 2018
more to come…