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This past weekend, Matt and I took a break from our weekend of office redecorating to visit the new Asian Gardens exhibit at the Jacksonville Zoo. After all of the work he did on my office, I couldn’t deny him his one request to go see the komodo dragons. Even though we got there toward the end of the day there were still a lot of people just arriving at the zoo! It was insanely busy, but we made our way past all the groups of people all the way to the back corner where the new part of the zoo was. It’s still in development, but the komodo dragons and the bamboo garden were beautiful! I especially loved the koi pond. Matt and I have a koi tapestry in the living that we found out in California, and I may have to add some of our photo artwork below to the wall!

I really can’t wait until Beth & Mark’s wedding at the zoo this May. We are definitely going to take advantage of the bright green bridge in the Asian Gardens for their wedding photos. Okay, I know some of my friends might have an idea to go use it now for their photos, but I said it first here!! Hahaha! : )

Here are a few shots that I snapped while we were there:

4 Responses to “Asian Gardens at the Jacksonville Zoo”

  1. Matt says:

    Great shots bebe. Love the koi fish. It’s going to be really fun to go there with beth and mark. The Komodo dragons are so cool too!

  2. Gwendolyn Tundermann Photography says:

    Koi are so cute!!!! And I love taking photos of animals, but it’s so hard to do through thick glass and fences or cages! But despite the huge barrier or dirty glass, I think the komodo dragon shots turned out pretty well!

  3. Corinna Hoffman Photography says:

    Love the koi shots :) I got to finally check out the Zoo last Friday and yesterday for a rehearsal and wedding…and wowie, it is soooo awesome over there! Bummer that I didn’t get to see the Kimono dragon, though :(

  4. pink coffee photoart says:

    gwen, these pictures are so beautiful and colorful-WOW!

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