Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Japanese Garden

Hubby and I decided to spend a little time exploring in San Antonio, so one of our stops was at the Japanese Garden in Brackenridge Park. This park has many amenities, including the Zoo, and I'll show you a few photos from there later. Here are some of the pics from our tour of the Garden. This first one is from the entrance to the park, up a number of steps to the top of a hill.

Inside the gazebo atop the hill. We marveled at all the rock work to create the columns etc.

This was looking down from a walkway at the gardens. Beautiful blue flowers.

It wouldn't be a Japanese Garden without the Koi. There were many colors to enjoy.

Walkway to the waterfall was so restful with the water on both sides and the fish in the ponds.

I had to get a video of the waterfall, to share the sound with you.
Hope you have a wonderful week, my friends. The weather in Texas is still a little warm, in the 80s, but it's beautiful. No complaint! I'll be around to visit y'all today.

Linda Kay


Anvilcloud said...

It looks very interesting. I like that rock work.

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

Never been to the San Antonio zoo. Visited the Dallas zoo in the 80s, where I saw my first gorilla, and fell in love with the species. They are so cool.

Tom said...

Quite the stone work!

Gosia k said...

Lovely place to relax

Mike said...

Still in the 80's in St. Louis but moving to the 60's soon. Still great weather for this time of year.

eViL pOp TaRt said...

That's a beautiful garden!

William Kendall said...

Quite a serene spot!

Lowcarb team member said...

Looks a very nice place, I enjoyed all of your photo's.
Thank you

All the best Jan

PS We had a frost this morning and then a most glorious sunny Autumn day!

Lea said...

Japanese Gardens are beautiful places! Thanks for sharing your photos

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