I love this place. It’s a nice getaway from the city, with lots of beautiful green space. There is so much to see. I spent the whole day walking through the gardens, galleries, and library exhibits. The main thing that attracted me were the botanical gardens but everything else is a bonus and wonderful to see. I highly recommend checking out the Japanese and Chinese gardens. Exquisite stonework, stunning architecture, and lots of beautiful bonsai plants. There are indoor museums and cafes as well. Get your cameras ready to snap beautiful pictures. There is no shade for most of the gardens, and it can get very hot out. Wear a hat and sunscreen.
Today, I explored three small scenes in Los Angeles. The
123 picture is the Bradbury Building, an office building hidden in a busy city. It is really an office building. Entry is prohibited on the second floor or above.
456 is the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, a group of lights at the entrance of the museum. The
789 picture is The Huntington Library, which is a library. In fact, it is more special in the garden design. It can move African Australian plants, Chinese gardens and Japanese gardens to the United States in the 19th century, and it is unimaginable rich hahaha.
The time difference of chaos, I don't know what time you are,
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