Norfolk Botanical Garden Summer Images

One of the nicest advantages of living in Norfolk, Virginia is living so close by to the Norfolk Botanical Garden. I frequently make visits to the Norfolk Botanical Garden throughout the year. One of my favorite photography spots and my favorite subject matter this summer has been at the garden photographing the American bullfrogs. But I have also found some time to photograph some other subjects on my many trips to the gardens this past summer.

The Norfolk Botanical Garden is a photographer’s paradise with so many beautiful flowers, roses, butterflies, dragonflies, frogs, snakes, and other wildlife. But let’s not forget, as we are now in the fall season with the fall colors popping soon, that the Norfolk Botanical Garden is also a great place to photograph the change in the colors of the leaves this fall.

Below is an image I photographed late last fall at the Norfolk Botanical Garden after a raining morning.

Path along the Norfolk Botanical Garden after a morning rain with fall leaves on the ground.

Below are some of my favorite images from my summer photo shoots at the Norfolk Botanical Garden.

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Lori A. Cash

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