Let’s get up close and personal with our Lomography cameras to thousands of rare and unique plantlife from all over the world.
Hidden inside of the Golden Gate Park is the San Francisco Botanical Garden. The San Francisco Botanical Garden is a sprawling 55-acre garden, comprised of over 50,000 individual plants, representing various locales from around the world.
This place is massive and of course the best way to explore every green acre is to do it with other Lomographers!
Equip yourself with your trusty camera and a pair of good walking shoes as we get to know a wide array of uncommon plantlife. After we shoot our rolls let’s settle down on the many patches of soft grass for a Lomographic picnic.
Loaner cameras and film will be available for those who attend and this meet up is FREE to all residents of San Francisco and San Francisco county with a valid ID or PG&E bill + photo ID.
See you guys there!
The San Francisco Botanical Gardens
At the corner of 9th Avenue and Lincoln Way in Golden Gate Park
Meet oustide of the main entrance
Saturday November 5th
Free to all residents of San Francisco and San Francisco county with a valid ID or PG&E bill + photo ID.