Article by Anne Belmont Fall is the perfect time to get out of the city and head for the suburbs to enjoy some color at the Chicago Botanic Garden. The colors have not peaked yet but don’t wait too long because once they do they won’t last long and a big storm can bring […]
The Butterflies and Blooms exhibit at the Chicago Botanic Garden is open and is a must-see for anyone who enjoys observing and photographing butterflies. This is the second year for the exhibit at the Garden. It was a great success last summer and promises to be even better this year with a greater variety of […]
I hope that my previous article on flower photography got you excited to visit the Chicago Botanic Garden and practice your skills in both macro and landscape photography. The time to visit is now – the tulips and other spring flowers are in full bloom! CBG is 385 acres and has 26 gardens and 4 […]
This sign in the Crescent Garden at the Chicago Botanic Garden says it all! Spring is here and the snowdrops, crocuses, and other early bloomers are already up. It is only a matter of a week or two until the tulips and daffodils will be blanketing the grounds at CBG, a perfect time to start […]
[pullquote_left] Whether you like to photograph breathtaking panoramas, macro close-ups, birds, butterflies or critters, the Garden offers something for everyone in every season of the year.[/pullquote_left] Most people think of visiting the Chicago Botanic Garden during the warmer months of the year, but exploring the Garden on a winter’s day, especially after a beautiful snowfall, […]
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