Magnolias at the Smithsonian Castle

Among the Smithsonian’s magnolias
Canon PowerShot S95
2018

We approached the National Mall from behind the Smithsonian Castle, only to be surprised by the garden we found there. It’s a rooftop garden of sorts, inasmuch as there is a structure underground beneath it. Yet magnolia trees line it on either side, and they were in bloom this bright early-April day.

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