We were like in the monsoon season last week – it rained everyday as if it would never end. It finally cleared up yesterday and I couldn’t wait to get to Brookside Gardens to shoot a few images of beautiful roses. I tried with my […]
We toured both Hoh and Quinault Rain Forests in Olympic National Park. According to statistics the rain forests receive about 128 inches (3246 mm) of rain per year which is more than three times as much as that of Washington DC area. Hiking in the […]
We arrived in San Juan Island by taking ferry from Anacortes to Friday Harbor on April 26. We toured San Juan Island Historical Park- American Camp in the afternoon for the purpose of scouting the best location for sunrise photo shoot. I guess we confirmed […]
We toured RoozenGaarde Gardens all day yesterday. It probably has the largest and most beautiful tulip blooming fields and display gardens. The vast blooming fields showed fantastic mixture of colors and the display gardens were designed to show the best of tulip colors in small […]
We started our 12-day Pacific Northwest photo tour by flying across the continent from Washington DC to Seattle, Washington yesterday. Our first stop is Mount Vernon WA, the center of Annual Skagit Valley Tulip Festival. We toured two incredibly beautiful tulip fields with nice mix […]
It was the first day temperature reaches 80 degrees (27 C.) this spring, so I took the advantage to go to Brookside Gardens for shooting some flowers, especially the weeping cherry and daffodils. I was surprised to see even some tulips are blooming.
Golden Waterfalls (黃金瀑布) is located in Jinguashi (金瓜石) near the famous old town of Juifen (九份). Although real gold flowing from these falls would be too good to be true, the water is certainly a beautiful gold color as a result of the combination of […]