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Walking Around Washington Park Arboretum

My Camera Diary, Exotic Washington, Lumaca Photo, Anselm Chong

Walking Around Washington Park Arboretum | Seattle, WA

My Camera Diary, Exotic Washington, Lumaca Photo, Anselm Chong

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This was mid summer, and the park has been bombarded by a lot of rain and wind, there’s a lot of down logs and branches, stretches of the trail and boardwalk were also under water.  It makes the whole park look rugged, ruggedly charming.

My Camera Diary, Exotic Washington, Lumaca Photo, Anselm Chong

My Camera Diary, Exotic Washington, Lumaca Photo, Anselm Chong

It was cloudy and and rain just stop not too long ago, but hey, when did rain ever stop anybody in the Pacific Northwest from doing anything?

My Camera Diary, Exotic Washington, Lumaca Photo, Anselm Chong

It may not look it from the photos, but trail is actually super wet~~

My Camera Diary, Exotic Washington, Lumaca Photo, Anselm Chong

A small viewing area, you can see all the lake activities from this little platform.

My Camera Diary, Exotic Washington, Lumaca Photo, Anselm Chong

Various parts of the boardwalk were underwater, some areas have no walk around, so I have to jump over them, with my super heavy camera, camera bags, and a freaking tripod ….  I made it, I did not drop into the water~~

My Camera Diary, Exotic Washington, Lumaca Photo, Anselm Chong

Lily pads here are of the smaller kind, very cute.

My Camera Diary, Exotic Washington, Lumaca Photo, Anselm Chong

Always wonder if I walk really fast, can I just run on top the lily pads and cross it?  Ok, I know, that’s just too much kung fu movies …

My Camera Diary, Exotic Washington, Lumaca Photo, Anselm Chong

One of the popular things to do, with a kayak, you can access the whole water system, I find kayaking over lily pads is a thing of beauty and full of imagination.

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