I can’t seem to get out of the greens lately. I have been fixated on greenery and plants. I promise to branch out (pun totally intended) with my photography now that the weather is cooperating. I am cooking up some projects to keep the creativity flowing.
This week brought me to Wright Park Arboretum and the W. W. Seymour Botanical Conservatory in Tacoma. I met up with a fellow photographer, Mary of Mary Jo Photography to catch up and to talk photography, business, and adventures. She was even able to take a new “about me” photo for the blog here. She’s the best- she brings life and fun to her photos- and does weddings! Check her out.
Back to the Conservatory- this place is a small hidden little gem in the center of a busy city. The glass and green seem to come out of no where. It opened in 1908 by a local park commissioner as a gift to the city. It holds beautiful Victorian details that are covered in shades of green. While small, it is worth the $3 admission to take it in. I found every texture in the book and the subtle humidity and warmth was welcomed on a spring day.