We're in the soggy pacific northwest, right?
Swirling around the feet of the giant wire saguaros is a river of great plants.
Every year, I swear to check out the zoo during the day just to enjoy the gardens like Alison did. See her post here.
Psychedelic plants, no paint required!
A flash exposes some lovelies hidden by darkness.
Beautiful! Loree's Christmas tree next year?
A monkey puzzle tree wearing Seahawk colors.
I wonder what it might look like with a bit of snow?
Skating puffins, not something one sees every day.
Our native Snowberry (Symphoricarpos) putting on a show of it's own!
The "flame tree" changes shape a bit each year but retains its popularity as a photo backdrop for attendees.
It's hard to capture the effect of these simple white lighted snowflakes hung throughout a woodsy area of the zoo. It was delightful in person.
If gazing at lights isn't your thing, you can ride the nifty vintage merry-go-round or ride a camel.
I looked at both ends but there was no pot of gold!
A crab being eyed by the lurking octopus behind it.
May your winter be filled with light and love!