Another Delightful Day In Balboa Park

Disclosure: One of the ways I support this website is by partnering with awesome companies, whose products I use and love. These partnerships allow me to earn a small commission when you make a purchase through one of my affiliate links, but there is no additional cost for you. Thank you for your support!

Last weekend I was walking through Balboa Park, one of my favorite places in San Diego. I’ve been there more times that I can count and because it is so familiar it take specific intention to slow down and absorb the details.

It is worth the effort though, because no matter how many times I visit, I always see something new, or at the very least see something familiar from a new perspective.

On this particular visit I was there to participate in a photography scavenger hunt. While my group found very few of the items on our list (I thought I knew the park well) I did have fun exploring with my camera and taking time to examine the mosaics, facades, and other intricate details of the park.

The photos below don’t have anything to do with the scavenger hunt…just random things that caught my eye whilst out and about. I hope you enjoy the them!

Pink and white flowers
Processed with Lightroom, Photoshop and Topaz Studio 2
Lotus and Lily Pads in the reflecting pond in Balboa Park, San Diego
Processed with Lightroom, Luminar, and Topaz Studio 2
Palm Shadows in the Botanical Building in Balboa Park, San Diego
Processed with Lightroom
Red and turquoise painted details on doors in Balboa Park, San Diego
Processed with Lightroom and Topaz Adjust AI
Pipes and grafiti in Balboa Park
Processed with Lightroom
Architectural details on the Museum of Man in Balboa Park
Processed with Lightroom and Topaz Adjust AI
Black eyed Susan flowers
Processed with Lightroom and Topaz Studio 2

Angela Andrieux

Photographer Prone to Wanderlust | Photography Coach | Foodie | Cat Lover | Navy Wife

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.