Japanese Garden Autumn Splendor – Part II

As promised, here are additional photos from my recent visit to Point Defiance Park Japanese Garden. The first set of images in the previous post were from the immediate pond area of the garden. The following set of images are from the other part of the garden that is located in an area with lots of planted shrubs and trees, including rhododendrons, Japanese maple trees, cherry trees, conifers, and garden structures. Some areas of this part of the garden get more light than others. On this particular day, the skies were cloudy, which actually helped the red leaf colors stand out, prominently.

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6 Responses to Japanese Garden Autumn Splendor – Part II

  1. picpholio says:

    I love these autumn colours, specialy the colour of the red mapples 🙂

  2. Gorgeous autumn shades.

  3. Beautiful colors and compositions!

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