Everyone wants to get behind a waterfall, right?  In Geneves Park, it’s easy.

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One of the stops in our wandering was this botanical park right by the sea.

 

As we were entering the park, we enjoyed one of my favorite sights in nature, a flock of birds flying together in the sun, so that they flashed different shades and shapes as their direction changed randomly.  Here’s the source:

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Pigeon houses, next to a small pond with geese.

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The pond is fed by waterfalls.

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And the waterfalls flow from a large man-made structure that I’d call a sculpture.  You can look at it, climb on it, and explore inside it, like a cave.

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It’s not really very high, just enough to make the waterfalls fun.

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The park has some great plants,

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but the kid in me was most enthusiastic about the cave and waterfalls.  When we were kids, my brother and I would have loved making up stories and playing on this sculpture.

Outside of the USA, it seems that their is less of a lawyer/lawsuit culture, and people are allowed to take risks on their own responsibility.  But I did find a rare example of overzealous warnings in the park.

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It’s been raining for the past two days, so I think people are less concerned about heels and more about water resistance.

Tomorrow is supposed to be dry and sunny!