Welcome to Highland Park in Rochester, NY
Highland Park in Rochester NY is one of the oldest municipal parks in the Unites States. Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted in 1888, the park encompasses 150 acres and boasts over 1200 lilac shrubs and includes 500 varieties.
In addition, the park offers 35 varieties of sweet-smelling magnolias, 700 varieties of rhododendron, azaleas, mountain laurel and andromeda, horse chestnuts, spring bulbs and wildflowers, and the park’s pansy bed features 10,000 plants. Highland Park has influenced the city's popular moniker as "The Flower City." The Park is honored every year with the annual Rochester Lilac Festival.
We Love Taking Photos of Highland Park in Rochester NY
Rochester NY is blessed to have more "green space" per capita than 99% of other American cities. Artists and Photographers who are keen on colorful blossoms as well as Park patrons who enjoy aromatic flowers are often amazed by the sheer volume of beautiful botany to behold.
This past year we decided to photograph more of the Park. Over the coming year, we plan to release more photos of Highland Park in Rochester NY. However, the handful of nature photos we currently have of the Park are worth sharing.
We have created more than a dozen products using our Highland Park nature photos, including: posters, faux canvas wraps, decorative pillows, tote bags, backpacks, jewelry, face masks & much more.
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