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UploadedMarch 18, 2011
TakenFebruary 10, 2011
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 5D Mark II
Exposure1/500 sec at f/6.3
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length200 mm
ISO250
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A couple of hours after catching up with Chris in San Diego, we perambulated Balboa Park absorbing a multitude of incredibly pristine detail every which way we turned. As any place with such grandeur, a long-lasting history endures.

Balboa Park was once known as City Park, a dedicated public park with 1,400 acres of “scrub-filled mesa.” The lackluster landscape started to bloom in 1892 when the Mother of Balboa Park, Kate Sessions, agreed to plant 100 trees every year in exchange for 32 acres to be devoted to a commercial nursery. Yet the vitality of the Spanish-Renaissance architectural style that prevails is attributed to the First World’s Fair: the 1915-16 Panama-California Exposition.

These lily pads line the walkway to the photographically-famous Botanical Building.

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