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Kubota Garden #2

Kubota Garden, Seattle

The next few postings will cover my Sunday time spent in the Kubota Garden. The garden is located in the Rainier Beach area of Seattle.

Glimpse of Fall




Duck Manuevers

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Untitled Sunday


Featuring Water

A few of the water features at the Kubota Garden in Seattle, WA.DSC_4518-001 DSC_4520-001 DSC_4522-001 DSC_4523-001

Mission Pond

As the temperature dives lower, my search for images of sun and warmth continues.DSC_0511-001 DSC_0513-001

Clouds on the Water


Bottoms Up


Central Park-Early Fall


Pond at Chambers Bay

Faux Heron

A ceramic heron placed in the pond at Volunteer Park. There are Koi in the pond who I think must suffer from chronic anxiety, being watched over by a ‘heron’ all day.

Tanner Springs Park


Brooklyn Botanical Gardens

Looking out from the brush, a bit like spying on Nature.


A glimpse of a wetland ( swamp ) area east of Seaside, Oregon.


Pond with Ducks

Duck with duckling in a pond at Carkeek Park.


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