Migration of the Monastery Stones @ The San Francisco Botanical Gardens
















Comments

eileeninmd said…
Thanks for the tour of the stones. Looks like a nice place to visit.
Ann said…
This is my High School Geography lesson revisited. Weathering was my first lesson of my last year.

I like the moss.
ruma said…
Holy rock gardens.
It fuses with flowers. . .

Thank you.
ruma
Ewa said…
It looks like a great place to take few photos!
Sarah Knight said…
Looks like a lovely place — very interesting history!
JamericanSpice said…
These are very interesting. I'd love to visit. I hope I do get to visit SF sometime and get to spend time enjoying the sites.
RNSANE said…
Lovely photographs of the stones, Jo...relaxing to see them.
Annie said…
Anything with the word "monastery" in it will get my attention. What a lovely place. I wouldn't mind resting there for a while.
Ann said…
Great place to grab some shots. Quite interesting as well
I like the history behind these and it makes it that much more special to be there. Thanks to all of your for sharing your kind words.
ruthi said…
those stones rock! literally and figuratively. very artistic.

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