Bonsai Autumn Colors

Today I visited the Pacific Bonsai Museum, located in Federal Way, Washington. It is my first time visiting during the autumn season, when the leaves are at their peak color. Needless to say, I was very impressed! So many of the bonsai exhibits have colorful foliage right now. I highly recommend a visit. To learn more about the open-air museum, visit their website I have linked above. If you have the time, watch the short video on the site.  It has some fantastic drone photography of the museum and surrounding area. To whet your appetite, below are a few photos that may inspire you to visit the museum.


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6 Responses to Bonsai Autumn Colors

  1. The patience and fortitude to raise a bonsai is reserved for a special few, exquisite communication with a higher form of intelligence that creates such beauty

  2. Gunta says:

    Lovely images. Extra special with the fall foliage. Wish it wasn’t so far from here, I’d love to visit.

  3. tonytomeo says:

    Oh my! I might have met some of those specimens! My Pa is Jerry Tomeo. He grows bonsai stock in Poulsbo, and has some very impressive bonsai specimens of his own!

  4. These are very pretty! I saw a couple of them at an embassy event here some weeks ago.

  5. jtayopon says:

    very nice and beautiful bonsai! such an impressive work of art!

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