Started off Pisces season the right way, at the de Young Museum with my sisters and cousins!I was especially excited to see the exhibit Monet: The Late Years.Additionally, the museum was hosting another collection Gauguin: A Spiritual Journey.Here are some of my favorites, starting with Claude Monet’s poignant exhibit.
“Water Lilies,” ca. 1914-1917. The free stickers the museum hands out to visitors featured this particular painting.
One Sunday, my partner and I ventured into SF’s Golden Gate Park on “Car Free Day” where they block the road off for bicyclists and pedestrians to enjoy. It was an enjoyable stroll through the park, and we were on a very important mission that day… To visit the Rose Garden!
He’d suggested we take a trip to the Rose Garden, which he’d visited once before, but I’d never been to. Just a little patch within the massive Golden Gate Park, besides Fulton St and Park Presidio Drive, it smells absolutely divine. As you walk closer, you will see the hundreds of beautiful roses of all shapes and sizes and colors growing in this free-to-visit garden. Even just walking near the entrance of this hidden gem, the scent of flowers drifts to you and draws you in. In awe from the beautiful sight, I forgot to take many pictures, so I will share my favorite photos that were posted on the garden’s Yelp page.