Balboa’s Shadows

Not being one for straight lines, I found the architecture – and its shadows – particularly appealing just inside the entrance to the Botanical Building in San Diego’s Balboa Park.

If you have the opportunity to visit this beautiful city,  setting aside time for a leisurely visit to Balboa Park will provide you opportunities to explore just a portion of the 1,200 acres (yes) that are home to diverse plantings, museums, one of the world’s largest outdoor organs and lovely buildings originally constructed for the Panama-California Exposition of 1915.

Not that one needs an excuse to visit San Diego if it’s at all possible, but the city will celebrate the park’s centenary with events throughout 2015.

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