Krohn Conservatory Part 1

Okay, this is taking longer than I thought, so I’m going to post some of the pictures today and some another day.

Krohn Conservatory is in Eden Park in Cincinnati. So this one lady on the bus says, “Hmmm. A garden in Eden….” And this other lady says, off-hand, “Don’t eat the fruit.”

These pictures have gotten all mixed up somehow, but the first thing we saw when we went in was a bunch of umbrellas and parasols hanging upside down. It was very cheery, somehow. 🙂

There was a koi pond and, as is the case with any smallish public pond, pool, pit, basin or well in America, people had tossed pennies into it. I don’t know why people learn to play the violin when they could just put a bucket on the sidewalk and label it, “Drop a coin, make a wish” and retire to a villa on the Riviera.

Anyway, here are some of the pictures.

WRITING PROMPT: If wishing wells worked, what would you wish for (must be selfish)? How about your main character? Your villain?

MA

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  1. Jane

    August 20, 2011 at 12:17pm

    Hi. These are beautiful pix. Must have been nice to be there. I am not jealous much.

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      • Jane

        August 20, 2011 at 4:27pm

        We have annual orchid shows that are awesome. Haven’t been in years, of course, but they are worth seeing. Each display is a wonder, carefully crafted and arranged to dazzle. Indescribable!

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          Marian Allen
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          August 20, 2011 at 5:17pm

          I’ll post the orchids from the Krohn another day, but they were definitely NOT arranged to impress. After the gorgeousness of the other rooms, the display was a little disappointing, but the blooms and foliage were not. 🙂

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