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Helen Betts | all galleries >> Rediscovering Home >> Washington Rediscovered: Year 2 >> Spring at the National Arboretum > Dangling
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We went back to the 412-acre National Arboretum, located in northeast Washington, D.C., about a 15-minute drive from our house. It was cloudy this time, but there were many more azaleas in bloom, some of them my favorites from years past. The dogwoods had already lost all their blossoms.

Gracing the trail, posted earlier

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Julie Oldfield10-May-2018 01:45
The colors are really striking. V
William Barletta07-May-2018 14:59
Very pretty colors. At first I thought that these were fuschias ~V~
Fong Lam07-May-2018 13:42
Beautiful colors, details and light in this lovely capture....V
Nick Paoni07-May-2018 13:11
So delicate and pretty.
Jim Coffman07-May-2018 12:52
Such a lovely capture and so colorful...
Claude Gagnon07-May-2018 12:03
So lovely shot of these pretty flowers :)) V
Stephanie07-May-2018 11:36
Such a pretty capture of these hanging azalea flowers! V
Graeme07-May-2018 10:37
Gorgeous flowers.V
John Hamers07-May-2018 08:38
Lovely colors and superb light. Great DOF in beautiful capture.V!
Chris Morton07-May-2018 07:27
a fascinating progression
Ton, Ben & Rob Nagtegaal07-May-2018 05:32
What a beautiful flower, and a nice capture of it. V