Temple Square is a huge complex in Salt Lake City where most of the headquarters for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints are based. I think Salt Lake City is best known as a Mormon town and so naturally it’s a place with a lot of history and somewhere I wanted to visit. The grounds were very beautiful; I was really taken with the gorgeous flower arrangements everywhere. We were lucky enough to be there on a beautifully sunny day; the huge white temple literally looked like it was glowing and the soft breeze amongst the flowers helped to create such a feeling of tranquility.
We were able to go into each of the buildings to look around and learn more about the history of the area, and even hear the renowned Mormon Tabernacle Choir rehearsing which was pretty magical! Given how busy my trip was overall I really relished being able to just wander such a calm and peaceful area freely and have some time to reflect by myself.
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10 thoughts on “Temple Square”
These are really beautiful photos, Laila. I have loved hearing about all of your US adventures – sounds like you had the most amazing time!
i love the way you smile ;)) !
this place is magic! <3
Looks like an amazing place to be!! Your look is perfect for the trip and I like your pics.
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wow! those flowers are gorgeous! great pics :) love your pink sunglasses
glad you are having a fun trip :)
So beautiful! Those gardens are stunning. There’s so many places I need to visit!
LOVE your glasses! & beautiful photos! xx
It looks gorgeous, I love all the colourful flowers! The second to last photo is incredible, the building reminds me of a gingerbread house for some reason, I don’t know why. You look lovely too, I especially like your round sunglasses! xx
gorgeous pictures! love all the flowers :)
looks like you are having a great time
Wow! The light in these photos is so soft and dreamy, and the flowers and buildings are very pretty. I love your sunglasses, too!
Dreamy location :)