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High on Lavender

In Sequim, of all places! Yes, I admit it, I was high on lavender…lavender oil, lavender lotion, lavender soap, lavender tea, lavender ice cream. You name it, someone makes it out of lavender. And in Sequim (pronounced “skwim”), a small, tucked-away village on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula, you’ll find fields of lavender on small farms, with [...]

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Bathing Beauty

Serendipity is a word closely connected to my photography experience. I always have an idea what I want to shoot when I venture somewhere with my camera gear, but sometimes the wonderfully unexpected happens. A hummingbird on pink dahlias was not what I had planned for that August day. The dahlias in Volunteer Park are [...]

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A “Wow” evening at Bellevue’s Garden d’Lights

I didn’t make it there until after Christmas this year, but I’m so glad I didn’t miss Bellevue Botanical Garden’s flora-and-fauna-in-lights extravaganza, called Garden d’Lights. 2005 marked my last visit to the light show, when the display was mostly one flower bed and a grape arbor. With an explosion of creativity and an army of [...]

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Rhododendrons!

                    Spring and summer in Seattle mean a profusion of rhododendrons in all shades of pink, purple, red and white. The Coast Rhododendron is Washington’s state flower. These mammoth “bushes”, which may be 20-30 feet tall, literally explode with color this time of year.  Each variety [...]

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