Monochrome Weekly - Pointsettias at Seymour

Monday, December 7, 2009
On a freezing cold day the sun shone through the windows at the Seymour Conservatory in Tacoma. Loads of Pointsettia on display along with paperwhites, Amaryllis and more.

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12 comments

  1. Jacob Says:

    It is nice to have a place like this in the cold country! Our poinsettias are blooming in our back yard right now. I would swear every winter they will never come back but they always do!

  2. awarewriter Says:

    Your photo invokes an ageless mood -- comforting.

  3. Hilda Says:

    Such a dreamy image. Beautiful!

  4. The Explorer Says:

    Looks like scenery from a dream...perfect.

  5. brian stout Says:

    very nice! i thought maybe this was your greenhouse at first =)

  6. brian stout Says:

    oh, and on all the football photos i was using the kit 55-200mm lens.

  7. I have heard of the cold up in your part of the world from my friends in WA... Brrr, your shot is perfect, seasonal, cold and almost eerie.

    P.S.: ja, we Germans do know how to celebrate Christmas (that's the 50% German in me speaking!)

  8. Interestion option. Now what does it look like all in red? MB

  9. Lois Says:

    That picture is making me cold just looking at it!

  10. AB Says:

    The photo looks strangely surreal. I like it.

  11. Steffe Says:

    This would work well in color me thinks :-)

  12. What a gorgeous photo! I love the black and white--there are times when that is the best for a photo.

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