Can’t say I fell in love with either Bangalore or Lalbagh Botanical Gardens on this first visit. The pictures are pretty enough but it did not touch my soul. I am hoping that when we return to Bangalore to spend April and May here I will learn more about it and enjoy it more.
I think that part of my lack of enthusiasm for the garden was due to the trip there from our hotel. We took an auto rickshaw, driving though some of the worst traffic and air pollution that I have encountered in years – or ever. I must admit, though, that there are magnificent trees and amazing statuary in the garden.
|Broad path under shade of some enormous trees.|
|Directorate of Horticulture|
|Glasshouse, often used for garden shows.|
|Clock with Disney statuary.|
|Bunny peaking over shrubbery.|
|“Use me please”|
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I'm enjoying reading your posts, and, as always, appreciate your thoughtful and intelligent comments. Pamela
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