Philly Secret Garden

08

Feb

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I was inspired by Philly Current and an awesome Philly blogger’s photo campaigns on Instagram, so I decided to try one of my own! I’m doing 14 Days of Philly Photographs of some of my favorite pictures in my new home, and I would love to feature some other Philadelphia pictures so use #14PhillyPhotos to be featured on my Instagram and Twitter!

So I was walking around Center City Philadelphia and came across this cute little garden. It’s pretty cool to see what you’ll find when you’re just randomly exploring! Even in the winter, the garden was still pretty, and I’m planning on going back once spring flowers are in bloom! 🙂

Where are some other gardens in Philly that I should explore?

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“I only mark sunny hours”

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I was surprised to find some greenery in the winter!

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Isn’t this little fountain beautiful? I would love to see it when it’s turned on

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There was a little, old cemetery next to it

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Comment below where I should explore next! 🙂 And don’t forget to send some pictures to be featured! I’d love to see your pictures of Philly!

I also had a new article on Acculturated if anyone is interested in reading it!

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  1. […] on Saturdays and Tuesdays. There are also Fitler Square, Washington Square, Hawthorne Park, and numerous smaller parks you can explore, plus tons more right outside the city! There are lots of flea markets on the […]

  2. Camille says:

    Hi Julia,

    Wow, you’re making me fall in love with Philly all over again! You’re right, it is so amazing what you can discover when you’re randomly exploring!

    xx,
    Camille

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