Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Autumn at Manito

We haven't had a lot of opportunity to get out and photograph the autumn color and now the weather is changing, wind, rain and snow in the mountains.  We did, however, get a chance to do some photography at Manito City Park in Spokane, one of our favorite places to visit in eastern Washington.  There weren't a lot of flowers blooming and the roses were being pruned as we took pictures, but there was plenty of autumn color and a lot of different berries and fruits to photograph, and we were not disappointed.  We visited the park two days in row, one overcast and one sunny and took pictures until we were weary of it.

Nishinomiya Tsutakawa Japanese Garden

Joel E. Ferris Perennial Garden

Native Plants Walk

Rose Hill


  1. Beautiful photos and interesting blog.
    Te invite you to visit my blog of orchids

    A greeting

    1. Thank you for visiting and for your comments.

  2. Gorgeous shots! Beautiful garden =)


    1. Thanks, my friend. Didn't realize until now that you had commented here also. Much appreciated.


I have had to increase the security on this blog because of the flood of spam that has been coming through recently. I apologize for the extra burden this puts on those who visit the blog but am sure they will understand.