Balboa Park

Written on September 10, 2013 Categories: Events and Travel

Balboa Park in the summer.

Protesting U.S. military involvement in Syria. Oni Studio boudoir blog.

Ripleys Belive it or not. Viking ship, freak ushers, and soup can trains. Oni Studio Boudoir Blog

Southern California, San Diego to be exact has a lot of really fun things to do. Why am I not doing a blog entry on sexy boudoir ladies? Well turns out I left the garage door open and they organized a successful escape, bitches.

Balboa Park, ripleys believe it or not, Spirit of St. Louis

I hadn’t had a chance to really get out. I had spent most of my time and limited budget trying to get my apartment in order.

Balboa Park, bonecycles and Ripleys believe it or not. Oni Studio Boudoir Blog.

True I had been getting some good shoots in, but those were usually close to home.

Licking lizard men and giants at Balboa Park. Oni Studio boudoir blog.

Unicorn heads, future bikes and route 66. Oni Studio Boudoir Blog.

One day, I said to my friend Ren, (She’s not really my friend, she’s a secret Egyptian werewolf who produces cat milk) “Why don’t we go out to the park?” I had heard about it, but really it just a park. How fun could it be?

Japanese wood sculpture Chinese warriors and dead skin mask. Balboa Park, San Diego.

So off we went to Balboa Park. After arriving I thought we just might have made a mistake. It was so freakin hot!

Cannibals, horror and lollipops at Balboa Park. Oni Studio Boudoir Blog.

However we quickly found some shady walks and people selling art.

Butthole Surfers, Ripleys, and transformers at Balboa Park. Oni Studio Boudoir Blog.

See that guy in the upper left in the above picture? He’s the artist, and that painting on the bottom was partly inspired by the Butthole Surfers. If you didn’t know, the butthole surfers are one of the greatest bands in history.

HDR shot of some great architecture in Balboa Park. Oni Studio Boudoir Blog.

So after Renee was subjected to over half an hour of delicious conversation about butthole surfing we continued our Balboa Park adventure.

Chinese warrior, Japanese ninjas. Balboa Park, San Diego

Balboa park museum, San Diego. Oni Studio Boudoir blog

I had no idea Balboa Park had so much crap to do. Almost everything you could think of in a park. I saw crazy homeless witches, a house from Finland, Ripleys believe it or not, war protesters and a bunch of other really weird shit.

Ancient greek and Roman statues in a museum in Balboa Park, San Diego. Oni Studio boudoir blog.

Castle Dracula one stop vampire shop, Balboa Park, San Diego. Oni Studio Boudoir blog.

At one point we found a magical plant house. Unfortunately their were no evil elves handing out psychedelic muffins as stated on the flyer.

Plant nursery, Balboa Park, San Diego. Oni Studio Boudoir Blog

Thats about all I have for the park. It was a very enjoyable day, and if you’re a photographer, it well worth getting there early, and staying the day. We hung out most of the day, and still didn’t get to do everything.

Bottle cap trains, weddings, flowers and magick at Balboa Park, San Diego.

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