March 30, 2012

Photo Friday: Open window to campus wild areas

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Enjoy plants and animals of the University of Washington Botanic Gardens as captured by UW alumnus Art Wolfe in a slideshow for the current edition of Columns magazine.

Wolfe, the West Seattle photographer who has traveled the world to capture landscape and animals on film, set his sights on some of the places he knows best in the Washington Park Arboretum and the UW’s Union Bay Natural Area. Both are under the umbrella of the botanic gardens, a part of the UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences.

“You can find quieter shots here that challenge you, and are true beauty,” Wolfe said in the magazine of his campus wanderings.

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Moss-covered tree trunks and blossoms in the UW Botanic Gardens are among the images by Art Wolfe featured in this month’s Columns magazine.