An amazing High Dynamic Range (HDR) shot of the Lucile Halsell Conservatory. Designed by Emilio Ambasz, and built by the San Antonio Botanical Society at a cost of $6.9 million, the Conservatory opened to the public on February 29, 1988. Plants from desert regions to equatorial rain forests are housed in these individual glass buildings tucked into the earth. These buildings surround a sunken courtyard and tropical lagoon filled with aquatic plants. Specialty collections include epiphytic plants display, desert cacti and succulents, equatorial tropicals, palms and cycads, tropical fruits, ferns and aroids, insectivores, and aquatic plants.
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