I always believe in the importance of staying in touch with mother nature, smell the flowers on your way home, feel the tree that you pass by everyday, listen to the birds sing and enjoy the beautiful planet we’re living in.
Brooklyn Botanical Garden shares the same principle as me, which is inspiring people in all ages to stay curious and connected to nature.
Guess what I found?
A real life emoji!
I mean emojis are based on real life objects but I still felt accomplished.
We meander through the winding paths filled with greens.
Can you guess what this is?
I thought these were hanging hearts bonded together or upside down jelly fish.
The artist, Shayne Dark, who created it named it Windfall.
We found our way to the desert pavilion.
I should have worn my usual nikes but these flats were so buttery soft to walk in.
The garden contains many small gardens with unique features, such as Cheery Esplanade, Rose Garden, Magnolia Plaza, very self-explanatory and quite easy to find if you’re good with directions… We might have gotten lost just a few times.
Dinner at its rawest behavior — salad life.
As you can see, I was a happy girl at my happy place.
If you need a shot of green from NYC, check out the Botanical Garden. It’s located at 1000 Washington Avenue, Brooklyn.
All those walking definitely deserve a refuel of pastas.
I completely forgot the name of this place but I promise I will find out and update this blog!!
Trust me you’ll need to know it because it’s so good!
Let it snow let it snow let it snow~