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Rutgers Gardens Photography, N.J. Photography Location
Rutgers Gardens Photography Location
Ryders Lane, New Brunswick, N.J.
Rutgers Gardens is a great place to shoot frogs, dragonflies, flowers, a few buildings, bees, and even hummingbirds. Please tell all the frogs in the frog pond we said hello. That’s Ribert pictured above. We have gone here often and become attached to all six frogs in the pond. We have even named them all. There are flowers galore here and a beautiful pine tree area that is used for weddings. There is a fee to rent for weddings of $125.00.
Up in the front of the park behind the main building, there is a stream with a bamboo forest. It has a few bridges that go over it that are kind of zen. There is a gazebo, and behind it is a small waterfall to do some milky waters long exposure photography.
Extra Eyes Photo Tours taught classes here for a season. Hey, If you want to see Pam look at the gallery below and look for the hot blonde teaching the class. 🙂 That would be her.
In the back of Rutgers Gardens is a series of gardens, trees, and flowers. The historic Log Cabin and Pavilion in the Gardens has a country, rustic feeling, and a view of Weston Mills pond as a scenic backdrop.
Cook College Campus is the Farm 1/4 mile south on route one on your right. It’s the first exit. Head over there to see a working farm and photograph some real farm animals.
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