Have been avoiding my eyes on any calendar, just can't believe it's already March! It was only a few weeks ago that I spent the weekend in the city with M, showered with roses and more roses, enjoying a romantic dinner at my favorite italian spot and exploring new places and spaces on my own, and with a new friend.
Sharing with you some photos of my first trip to The Huntington Library from that particular weekend, as a way to welcome this week, and my immediate love for the beauty of nature and history preserved at this cultural, research and educational center. And suddenly there's a longing for spring's serene season and the summer's sun and, hopefully, another visit to The Huntington soon.
Above, one of the many 18th century limestone statues in the North Vista.
Above, the baroque fountain at the end of the North Vista weighed a total of 42 tons!
Below, the Golden State Bonsai Federation Collection and the moon bridge at the Japanese garden.
Below, a glimpse upon entering and the Love for the Lotus Pavilion at the Chinese garden.
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iPhone & Instagram photography by: Rosie for @soulcallove