From Your Corner: Capitol Campus rhodies

From Your Corner: Capitol Campus rhodies

 

Purple Rhodies

(Photo courtesy of Adam Noble)

This time of year, you’ll see a wide range of beautiful flowers blooming throughout the Capitol Campus. The rhodies (Washington’s state flower!) in this photo can be found on the north side of the Temple of Justice. Thanks to OSOS employee Adam Noble for submitting this colorful shot.

We invite you to e-mail your photos and stories to us as part of an ongoing feature called “From Your Corner of Washington” – we want to gather images of landscapes, homes, views, and personal narratives from all over the state.

Q) How do I submit a photo or story to be used in “From Your Corner of Washington”?
A) Please send your text or image attachment (in JPG format) via e-mail to Brian Zylstra at brian.zylstra@sos.wa.gov.

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One thought on “From Your Corner: Capitol Campus rhodies

  1. Beautiful Pics..
    These beautiful flowers are so calm, there is deep sweet feelings. It’s make me separate from the busy world.

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