As my last outing for the day, I decided that wandering the grounds of the Indianapolis Art Museum would be a relaxing way to welcome in the evening.
Apparently I was not alone in my thinking. The grounds of the museum and the accompanying Lilly Gardens were crawling with people. I winded my way around the museum and gardens, looking for a parking space—again in good company with other cars doing the same thing.
My persistence paid off.
Next to the greenhouse was a small dahlia garden! I had finally located at least one go-to place for dahlia photos in my new environs, Indianapolis.
Not quite as big and diverse as the dahlia garden in Golden Gate Park, but close.
And it has the added bonus of no fence around the flowers (unlike the dahlia garden in Golden Gate Park). In other words, a photographer can wander through the flowers and get as close as one would like.
I’m glad I persisted.