I used the late parts of my vacation to try to look at my hometown through the eyes of a tourist. Let’s face it, Boone actually has some really cool unique aspects to it that most people take for granted.
One of those things that people take for granted is the Iowa Arboretum. It has miles of woodland trails and one of the most beautiful gardens in Iowa. Plus it is set in a beautiful rural environment.
This picture is from a trip out there.
My favorite time to visit is after the visitor’s center has been closed and you have to let yourself in through the gate. You can have the whole park to yourself, apart from the myriad of woodland creatures that call the Arboretum home.
It is a place where I can feel peace and I shouldn’t let that slip my mind.
CAMERA: SONY SLT-A65V
FOCAL LENGTH: 60mm
DATE: 07/03/2016 – 19:38
PHOTO ASSISTANT: The rocks and the trees and the birds in the sky.
EDITING SOUNDTRACK: “Eight Days a Week” by The Beatles
2 thoughts on “Not from France”
These are beautiful!
Coneflowers are a very underrated flower.
They are like the Georges Niang of flowers.
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