Last weekend, I was lucky enough to have the Portland Japanese Garden's former Director of Development Wendy Mitchell, who is now the current Director of Stewardship at the World Forestry Center, serve as my personal guide for a morning at the Garden and I wanted to share some of that experience, so this is a straightforward one.
Not many words.
A series of images.
A photo essay if you will.
Click through to enjoy a Saturday morning at the Portland Japanese Garden.
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All images were shot using a Samsung NX1.