The Enchanted Forest at the Krohn Conservatory (Part II)


Hopefully, you read Park I of my Enchanted Forest at the Krohn Conservatory yesterday.  If not, you can read it here.  I like being a Tourist in my own City!

The Waterfall at the Krohn Conservatory is lovely!  I fooled around with the Aperture and was able to get that silky effect.  It’s on my “to-do list” to learn more about my camera!

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There’s a pathway behind the falls…

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The metal butterfly is a chair…

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We walked through the jungle…

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And there’s a lot of jungle…

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A unique flower…(and if you know what kind it is…I’d love to know)!

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This bench looks so inviting…

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I don’t know if I imagined it…but this goldfish seemed to pose for me.  He stayed in that position, staring at me, for a good 10 seconds!

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This baby was so cute!

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After we left the Conservatory, we went in search of a restaurant in Mt. Adams (within a 10 minute drive) and stopped at the overlook.

I’m going to make a large print of a photo of Gina for her birthday, so I took quite a few photos of her.  The picture needs to be black and white and I think this one would look the best in black and white.

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This little house was hanging in a tree nearby where Gina was sitting.  It’s so whimsical!

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As you can see, there’s a lot to see and do in Cincinnati!  If you’re ever in my neck of the woods…let me know!

22 thoughts on “The Enchanted Forest at the Krohn Conservatory (Part II)

  1. Fantastic job again .. that red flower is amazing … the baby is very cute, but why do they have to have those hair bands on the their babies – much cuter without. The photo on Gina I think you should keep black and white – it is like she are sitting watching the whole world .. from her bench. Not a fan of black and white – but that is a great shot.

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