Twin towers pool on the South side of the Denver Botanic Gardens
One of the things I like most about the DBG is that there is a balance between art and plants. There are great examples of alcoves, conversation areas, pools and ponds. Last Wednesday we had lunch on a gazebo bench with the most gorgeous surroundings of flora and fauna. See my husband below with our Subway take-out lunch. It's well worth the price of membership just to have a place to stop by with lunch or to go for a walk with my camera or just to smell the wonderful aroma drifting through the gardens.
It's possible to view a focal point from several places and get a totally different perspective. Below is a photo of the twin towers through a lattice wall with a Robert Wick Sculpture in front and one of two Chapungu statues permanently situated in DBG just visible through the separation of the tower fountains.