Fling 2014: Images from the Portland Japanese Garden

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More information on the 5.5 acre garden here.

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  1. Were those bloggers looking at their phones, instead of at the garden? That's...kind of unimaginable to me.

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    1. Not sure--might have been their cameras. There was a whole lot of clicking going on.

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  2. I haven't looked through my photos from this garden yet, but we captured several of the same areas. It will be interesting to compare... Remembering the cool of the shade...

    Some nice images here -- I don't know if #3 or #4 is my favorite.

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    1. Yes, it was so nice and cool there. We saw so many different gardens, and the variety was wonderful, wasn't it?

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  3. The class act of the serene Japanese Garden, perfectly exposed. These photos would make a fantastic brochure (and they could use one).

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    1. Autumn must be the best time for photos there--the Maples turning colors...

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  4. Nice images Gail. We found it a bit of a challenge to take good photos there due to the bright sun causing too much contrast.

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    1. Thanks! The light is even harsher in So Cal--so I was somewhat used glare & harsh contrast.

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  5. Beautiful and peaceful. Your photos made great use of the light.

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  6. Lovely images! And how nice of you to bring a lovely, cool respite to me on this hot So Cal day!

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    1. Yesterday was awful, wasn't it? Today not quite so hot--thankfully.

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    1. Thanks Caroline. I loved the one you took of Mt. Hood (and all the others).

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  8. Quality indeed! Good to hear from you by the way.

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    1. Likewise, Greggo. Your garden is looking fabulous this year.

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  9. Amazing shots! What a wonderful garden to visit; you captured its essence perfectly.

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