Meet Charles Lee Tilden. He is the man that my favorite park in the Bay Area is named after. This statue to the man, is located at the Brazil Building, in Tilden Park, here in the Berkeley Hills. If you have been reading my blog for any length of time, you know I spend a lot of time in this park. I love the Botanic Garden, especially in the fall, and you can find me at the Little Farm quite often as well. My favorite area of the park is a toss up between the Carousel and Lake Anza. I can't decide, but I have also spent many a quiet afternoon here at the Brazil Building, bird watching or just enjoying the peace and quiet. It's lovely here. :)
Here, looking down on the Botanic Garden...
And a better look at how Mr. Tilden's statue is displayed in front of the Brazil Building...
Now that you have seen my entry for this Round Robin outing, why not visit everyone else? Just follow the links below to see some great photography by the other participating Robins!
Linking List (As of 10:44 AM PT, Saturday, May 22, 2010)
"In seeking the truth, you have to get both sides of the story."
EMPS #90: Sides. NOW CLOSED! A couple weeks ago we photographed things that were UPSIDE DOWN, so this week, let's check out the SIDES. Left SIDE. Right SIDE. On the SIDE. Off Sides. SIDE salads. TAKING SIDES. Interpret it as you see fit, just remember, this week the SIDES have it!
EXTRA CREDIT: Show me a collage of SIDES.
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