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Blue Monday – Japanese Garden   21 comments

I went to the Japanese Garden on Saturday with my sister Ellen.  The weather here in the beautiful Northwest was just gorgeous on Saturday and we decided to go and see if there were any signs of spring budding yet. 

The ducks, turtles and fish were all basking in the sunshine!  Always a treat to visit this garden!

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Posted March 7, 2010 by Lana G! in Blue Monday, Garden, Photo, Photography, Walking, Washington

Mosaic Monday   24 comments

Took a walk today and these were some of the views.  Glorious!

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Posted January 10, 2010 by Lana G! in Creation, Nature, Neighborhood, Photo, Photography, Walking, Washington

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Mosaic Monday – 2009 in Pictures Collage   15 comments

January –  Snowy winterland at home in Washington

February – Walking the Southern California beaches with hubby

March – Spring training in Arizona

April – Blooming Tulips

May – Disneyland delight

June – Seattle Sounders game in California

July – Alaska Vacation

August – More Disneyland Adventures

September – Walking around Kirkland, Wa with hubby

October – Tea Time in California

November – Thanksgiving with family and friends

December – Garden of D’Lights

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Outdoor Wednesday   8 comments

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Just another beautiful evening in the Northwest!

 

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Posted September 1, 2009 by Lana G! in Outdoor Wednesday, Photo, Photography, Sunset, Walking, Washington

Blue Monday   12 comments

Happy Blue Monday!  Here’s another dragonfly I was able to grab a photo of this weekend!  Hope everyone is enjoying summer!

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A Day in the Park   1 comment

Posted June 27, 2009 by Lana G! in Exploring WA, Music, Nature, Outdoors, Photo, Video, Walking

Outdoor Wednesday   8 comments

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I have been curious about the grounds of the JM Cellars winery for  months and finally made the left hand turn onto the winding drive that leads up to this winery set deep behind the evergreens on the hilltop.  Not knowing what I would find as I walked around the grounds of this winery,  I was not disappointed!  BEAUTIFUL.  The best part was the trail behind the winery that led me to this view…

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