Monday, January 11, 2010

arlington garden

meredith and i ventured out on sunday afternoon to check out arlington garden - one of pasadena's most unique public park spaces. the garden was built on land that was marked for development of the infamous 710 highway, and so of course for some residents, it represents more than just a beautiful place to visit. the designers chose to emphasize drought resistant plants, plants native to the mediterranean climate, as well as plants native to california. this creates a beautiful and also educational space - hopefully for generations to come.

this week i'll focus my photography on pictures that i took on sunday (with the exception of something special planned for friday). i hope you enjoy the trip through arlington garden!


Cafe Observer said...

I luv Arlington Gardens! More pics of it!!

ben wideman said...

Your wish is my command.

Anonymous said...

Love this garden. Such a special space.