Enjoy these “moon burst” photos by Ray Pfortner, who led the Garden’s, Lantern Light, Moonlight photography workshop in September. Turning a nearly full moon into a starburst is not that difficult with the right camera settings, a tripod, and some careful composition planning. Ray inspired workshop participants to capture their own wonderful photos. The garden at night, in moonlight, lantern light, and even on cloudy nights, is truly magical. You would be amazed how photographers can turn the concrete leak windows into dazzling art forms and give the Dragon Seeker carp a new persona. Look for more photos on the home page in the next week or two.
Summer 2017: Ray says he would be happy to lead another night photography workshop next summer. It will be open to photographers at any skill level with any kind of digital camera. If you would like to be on a special photography workshop email list, let us know at email@example.com.
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After seven years of free storage (thanks to Starbucks Company), we are searching for new free or inexpensive storage within a 20-minute drive of the Garden — preferably in south or west Seattle or environs. Minimum size needed is about 200 square feet. Our Chan Center office cannot accommodate our archival and event display materials, plus some columns and wood related to courtyard construction. If you know of space that might work, please contact Kelvin, the garden’s office coordinator, at 206.934.5219 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We greatly appreciate any help to reduce our operating costs.
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The Garden is open to dogs with their two-footed friends, even those lacking this pair’s perfect garden names. Note that Willow is on a leash. Please bring plastic baggies for you know what. Our big field is great for walking dogs, but also is enjoyed by children and many other visitors. Woof woof !
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Give a Gift That Endures… Honor a Family Member or Friend with a Garden Brick
Years from now, visitors to the garden will pass by this wall and be delighted to say, “Look, right there, those are my grandparents’ names – they helped build this garden.”
Community friends prepare to cut the ribbon at the May 20, 2012, dedication for the Friendship Wall. To see more photos from this event,download a one-page pdf file.
Give a truly memorable, personalized gift. If you purchase a brick for our donor wall (built in 2011) we will prepare a special, numbered certificate for you to give now. This is a great gift for someone who has everything.
Prices vary from $250 to $675 based on the size of the brick and number of lines included.
Bricks are made of green granite stone and have gold engraving.
Your gift helps to build the Garden and strengthen a legacy for the important people in your life.
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The Garden offers many opportunities for volunteers to help with events, public outreach, administrative work, and horticulture and site upkeep. To learn more, please click on the descriptions below. Email email@example.com for questions.