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Conservatory of Flowers, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

During my recent trip to San Francisco, [personal profile] emelbe kindly took me on extensive tours of the Conservatory of Flowers and the California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park. This set of photos was taken in the former (all shot with a 100 mm macro lens wide open at f/2.8).


[Image of hanging flowers framed by a circular wooden screen.]


[Image of vibrant reddish pink orchids with tentacular petals.]


[Image of sunbathing tortoise with raised head and one foot elegantly extended.]


[Image of orange butterflies clustered on a feeder perched on a wrought iron chair.]


[Image similar to above, but close-up.]


[Image of a black butterfly with white stripes spreading its wings.]


[Image of a newly emerged orange butterfly drying its wings, perching near rows of pupae.]

2/52: Hatchling
[Image of a freshly hatched black and white butterfly drying its wings.]


[Image of a black and white butterfly sipping from a poinsettia.]


[Image of the beautiful Victorian-style white domes of the conservatory exterior.]

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Tags: golden gate park, macro, photography, san francisco
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