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November 21, 2011
Fall Color at the Bellevue Botanical Gardens
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The 36 acres of the Bellevue Botanical Gardens are a treat to visit any time of the year. You can relax and meditate as you stroll around this magical place. In the fall, the gardens are a visual treat as the trees and plants change into their harvest colors. For photographers, the gardens can keep you busy for many hours as you focus on capturing the splendor of the fall colors. Some of my favorite photos of the Seattle area have been made in the gardens in fall.
Here are some of my best shots from my most recent visit to the gardens. Enjoy!
These large bright red leaves look like Dale Chihuly art.
These brightly colored fallen leaves on black soil were especially pretty.
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