Tag Archives: floral photography

Autumn Woodland Plants and Seed Pods

I love to walk in woodland gardens to watch how plants grow and change with the seasons. It’s fascinating to watch how plants change color, not just with tree leaves, but ground foliage as well during the autumn time. I … Continue reading

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Late Summer Garden Blooms

Different flowering species are now blooming throughout our local gardens during the late summer months of August and September. The most popular are the Dahlias. Also showy are the Japanese Anemones. Zinnias are still going strong, too. Here are a … Continue reading

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Colorful Summer Gardens

I’m so proud to live in a city whose public gardens management takes pride in the beauty and pleasure it brings to all those who visit, near and far. I am referring to Point Defiance Park, located on a point … Continue reading

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Watching the Flowers Bloom

A few, favorite photos of mine I took as I watch the seasonal flowers bloom. An added bonus: A male Common Whitetail Dragonfly All photos property of Peggy A Thompson

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Woodland Plant Photography

Springtime is greening time in the woodlands and forests. I look forward each year to search out the beginnings of new, green growths of delicate ferns, flowers, shrubs and more. One of the more unusual woodland plants that one might … Continue reading

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