Our World Tuesday Memories and Moving Forward

San Francisco Botanical Garden Moon Viewing Garden
One of my favorite spots in the garden.

The garden has given me so much joy and these photos are from my archives of over 4,000 photos.  It has been a little over a month and though I still miss the garden, it is time to move on.  My memories are embedded within my heart.

The Wildfowl Pond where all my wildlife buddies would hang out all day.

My place of rest and renewal in Temperate Asia

I so miss my feathered friends singing to me each day.

My favorite tree, the Chinese chestnut tree.

Shannon watering, Thursdays at the main gate.

Shioko, my friend you are the angel of the gardens.  I'll be seeing you at McClellan.

A rarity in the SF garden, my favorite lily, the stargazer.

The monkey hand tree, one of the best shots I ever took in the garden :)

There's a trick to the Graceful Exit.
It begins with the vision to recognize when a job, a life stage,
a relationship is over - and to let go.
It means leaving what's over without denying its value.
- Ellen Goodman

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Sylvia K said…
Beautiful captures of such a lovely place!! Thanks for sharing! Hope you have a good week!
Joyful said…
What a beautiful garden. I'm so glad you have many photos to help you enjoy it even after you are away from it as it sounds like you are in a time of transition. I love the quote you've selected too.
Gary Phillips said…
Great tour!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
Fun60 said…
It looks like a beautiful place to work and to wander around.
Photo Cache said…
are you retiring?

i really must go back again for a visit. it's been a long time since we were there.
Snap said…
I love botanical gardens. The first shot is my favorite ... love the reflections and the small waterfall. Gorgeous! Have a lovely week.
Cynthia said…
Beautiful photos of a beautiful place. Especially the last one.
eileeninmd said…
Thanks for sharing this beautiful place! The ponds are lovely. Did you retire or move? I am sorry you are missing your favorite place and lovely birds.
It looks a magical and spiritual spot indeed; I need to scroll back to see why you've moved on. I hope it was for a happy reason and more beauty awaits you elsewhere.
Barb said…
I've been to this beautiful place, a tranquil oasis in the city. The bloom on the monkey hand tree is spectacular.

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