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Corpse Flower (Amorphophallus titanum) blooming in all its magnificent size and stinky glory at the University of Washington in Seattle.

Male Gadwall in a small arboretum pond I came to the Washington Park Arboretum to photograph colorful garden flowers; alas, spring seems to be a bit late this year, so I spent most of my early March afternoon photographing wild visitors to the park. Today was a birdy day, with a knot of half-a-dozen Ruby-Crowned Kinglets, a Golden-Crowned Kinglet, a Brown Creeper, and lots of Black-Capped Chickadees.  Robins were doing unmentionable things… Read More

The vivid display of azaleas in bloom marks the end of spring in Seattle.

As spring progresses, Seattle’s Washington Park Arboretum has a grand display of flowering magnolias and peonies.