A Coy Koi at Blake Garden



A Coy Koi, photo by Harold Davis.

Is the koi coy? Or the coi coy? And does he flickr? I saw this wonderful koi in the pond at Blake Garden in Kensington, California and photographed him with the camera on my tripod while Julian jumped around. (I asked to be quiet to please not startle the fish, and then he was good.)

Mathew enjoyed exploring the world, one blade of grass on the lawn at Blake Garden:

Mathew Exploring

I enjoyed photographing the lilies in this wonderful garden, which is the official residence of the Vice Chancellor of the University of California at Berkeley official. It is not far from where we live. The garden is open to the public week days. Here are some more photos from the set:


This entry was posted in Flowers, Kids, Landscape, Photography.

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