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Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Japanese Maples. Autumn Madness


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This is the first batch of my pictures taken at Yang's Nursery and Landscaping in Washington state, in the beginning of November. I am grateful to its owners for allowing me to browse through their fantastic place, with my eyes wide opened and jaws dropped. They believe they have the largest variety of Japanese maples in Washington state (400!).
Tell me please what was your favorite photograph.
Also, please tell me if it's a problem for your computer to open such a big number of large pictures.
To be continued...
 
***Copyright 2011 TatyanaS

29 comments:

  1. Czerwień na niektórych zdjęciach jest tak mocna i śliczna, że aż w oczy razi. Mnie zauroczyło pierwsze zdjęcie ( liście na drzewach i liście tego samego koloru na ziemi). Pozdrawiam

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  2. Wow, Tatyana, that nursery is an absolutely awesome place! Lucky you that you live close by. Their Japanese Maples are just so beautiful! My favorite photo is actually the very first, because I feel the Japanese lantern compliments the Japanese Maple tree so well. Please tell, could you leave that nursery without buying a Japanese Maple tree?
    Christina

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  3. Giga, thanks!

    Christina, thank you! We have four maples from that nursery, but it is wonderful just to walk through that place and talk to the owners.

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  4. I had a suspicion... but now I'm fairly sure that I'm living in the wrong part of the country.... wow!! I'll have to check and see if this nursery has a web site.... absolutely beautiful and I look forward to the next installment... will you be sharing plant names at all? Larry

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  5. Sorry Tatyana... I was so enthralled that I missed your link.... great website too... thankyou so much! Larry (again)

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  6. O Wow!!!! This is so breathtaking!!! I love every single picture; thanks so much for sharing. But if I have to choose just one picture, I'd choose number 25 because of the slight bird's eye view and both the yellow and red in one picture. Also I love those wooden baskets the trees are kept in, so pretty!
    Can't wait to see more ;-)
    You really did a great job capturing the beauty of the leaves and the trees.
    Bye,
    Marian

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  7. Forgot to tell you: Love the title you chose for this blogpost too.
    Bye,
    Marian

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  8. Larry, thank you! I am sorry, but there are no names. I couldn't think about writing anything down, I was absolutely stunned by the beauty of the trees. I said to the owner that next time, I'll come with a pen and paper.

    Marian, thanks for your kind words! This name was the first thing that came to my mind, and it's exactly how I feeled.

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  9. What a nursery and how well you captured their beauty. Superb post.

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  10. Wow, don't these autumn colours just get better and better. Our acers have dropped their leaves now but I can remind my self of the glorious colours by looking at your sensational photos, Tatyana

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  11. Oh, this post is a wonderful example of why this is my favorite time of year! I especially enjoyed photo's #1, #11 & #12 :) Looking forward to installment 2! Cheers, Jenni

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  12. You have just posted the BEST fall foliage photos for 2011! Gorgeous. Seriously which photo do I LOVE the most, tough question...hmmmmmmm I found myself looking at the path of containerized maples the longest..

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  13. Only one??!! That would be as difficult as it must be for a buyer to choose a single japanese maple from all those available at this nursery. I would spend hours there. You know how much I love these trees! Your photos are stunning.

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  14. Sigh. I just love Japanese maples. What a gorgeous tree. Your pics are fabulous. Oh, how I wish I had one in my garden. I have planted three, all died. You're tempting me to try again!

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  15. Wow, those colors are absolutely breathtaking! I can only hope that my two young Japanese maples color anywhere as nicely as those!

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  16. Wow, Tatyana ... stunning autumn madness!

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  17. Glad you visited Yang's(again?) Tatyana. It is one of the best in our state, without a doubt. Won Yang, the proprietor has been growing maples from tiny plants for some forty years.

    -Will

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  18. Can't choose A favorite. My favorites are 3, 8, 34 and 35. So lovely, great job. And no problem loading the page here.

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  19. That has to be one of the most beautiful collections of maples I have ever seen. And your photos, are simply stunning...thanks for showing us such gorgeous beauty.

    Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams

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  20. 10, 14 and 40. And all the others of course!

    Superb colours in those Maple. I think Autumn is probably the nicest season. Your photos just proved it.

    Weather in this bit of SW France has been quite exceptional this season. Finally got some good rain though forecast sunny weather from now on and up to 21C at times. So mild!

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  21. I thought id stop by and post a comment since im checking out some new blogs. So greetings from the Amish settlement of Lebanon ,Pa. Richard from Amish Stories.

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  22. I was at the farm today admiring the fields of Japanese maples. You really captured the feeling I got in your images.

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  23. Tatyana, I think you have more than proven that you just can't beat Japanese Maples for amazing fall color!

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  24. wonderful pictures, the fall colors are just stunning! I love all of them, but number 3 is my favorite :-)

    Evelyn

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  25. These are all really pretty. You've got some great Autumn colors and you captured them very well!

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  26. These are just beautiful Tanya!
    The colors are gorgeous, and I love the light you have captured.

    Thank you so much for sharing at The Creative Exchange today.

    Have a great evening!

    lisa.

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  27. WOW, what amazing colors! I love the pinkish orange tones of the first one, and the one with the little purple berries. Stunning.

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  28. Very beautiful autumn maple leaves. I feel very happy to see Japanese maples as a Japanese.

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