Woo, here we go again! More photos! Yeah, I took a lot, but don't worry; we're nearing the end!
In this photoessay, you even get to hear a rant! ME! Ranting! A rarity not to be missed! Read on!
There was a particularly shiny sculpture that I liked.
I forget what it was called, but I think the name had something to do with math.
I liked the contrast between the rough "rock" along the outsides, and the metal within.
Alas, this one had a sign saying "No touching!" so I couldn't climb in.
A peahen and her growing children were hanging out by one of the buildings.
"Open this door!"
It was a staff only door. I guess they thought they were staff.
One got sleepy.
At one point, I got angry-- there were some little brats, parents nowhere in sight, chasing one of the male peacocks. I really just wanted to suddenly turn and run straight at the girls, flailing my arms and yelling, to see how much they liked it. They were definitely old enough to have known better.
Badly-behaved kids with no one watching them = one of the things I hate most.
But thankfully, the peacock went elsewhere, and they turned their attention to showing off dance moves instead.
We wandered on... found a nice arch.
There were a lot of pretty crabapple trees.
Don't go anywhere; Part VII is coming soon to a Gather near you!