52 Week Project – 8/52 St. Paul Como Park Conservatory

I’m a little behind blogging my 52 week project. Even though the weather is nice today, the day I took these photos was one of those days when you just hate winter in Minnesota. Single digits with a bitter wind. Ick. The Como Park Conservatory in St. Paul was the only sane choice for such a nasty day. It was a balmy 70 degrees inside. The heat and humidity were so refreshing. Everything was blooming and smelled amazing. Such a great pick-me-up when it feels like winter will never end!

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