Photos: Japanese Garden at Seattle Arboretum

  

Earlier today I took my Mum and Dad to walk around the beautiful Japanese Garden at the Washington Park Arboretum (part of the University of Washington Botanic Gardens) and I took along my camera to play around with leaves and light.

Below are a selection of photos, all taken with a Canon 5D Mark II plus a Canon 24-105 f/4L IS lens, mostly in Aperture Priority mode, some with manual focus.

Click the image for a 1600×1200 version – especially for the leaves – should make good desktop wallpaper :-)

Enjoy! Let me know if you like them.

   

 

 

  

 

  

 

 

  

5 thoughts on “Photos: Japanese Garden at Seattle Arboretum

  1. Nice photos. Gosh, what a wonderful looking place- I’ll have to check it out next time.

    If I may also suggest the Kubota Gardens just around the corner (closer to Boeing field) – a friend took me there during my last visit to Seattle.

    http://www.kubota.org/index.htm

  2. Fab pictures Paul. I have a beautiful red Maple on my desktop today. We have lovely Japanese Gardens in Co.Wicklow for your next visit to Ireland!

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