These are from our meander through the Chinese Garden and Arboretum at South Seattle College this past week. Lucky we got there when we did, winter is closing in a bit early.
One major design feature of the Japanese Garden at Washington Park Arboretum in Seattle is the variety of paths, bridges and stream fords that pull you forward into some of the lovely hidden corners.
PHOTO CHALLENGE OF PLACES WE SIT…OR MIGHT SIT…OR ART ABOUT SITTING
Welcome to week 5 of Pull up a Seat. Take a load off and share a favorite perch by linking your post to this one, either with a comment or ping-back. For more detailed directions go to Pull Up a Seat page.
Quick reminder: I am traveling for the next couple of weeks and have limited internet access at times, so will be a little slower than usual approving ping-backs. Please be patient with me.
Thank you to everyone who is participating. It is really fun to see all the different ideas conjured up by the theme.
- Morpeth Road
- Son of a Beach
- What if we all cared?
- Chronicles of an Anglo-Swiss
- Teleporting Weena
- That Little Voice
- Heart to Heart
This gorgeous, but uncomfortable looking, pair of antique Chinese chairs was in the lobby of my hotel in Qingdao. Can you imagine how long it must have taken the maker to do all of the intricate artwork?
Over to you.