Fall Colors and a Surprise Performance at the Japanese Garden in the Seattle Arboretum

Arboretum is lush with color including a Japanese Garden performance last Sunday. Joan Laage of Seattle performed "Five Roving Rogue Ronin" for "Maple Viewing Day."

Last Sunday was filled with fog, chilled air, but the Arboretum was lush with color and performance.

My son and I were entertained by "Maple Viewing Day" by the Seattle Japanese Garden. The performers were lead by Joan Laage, Kogut Butoh of Seattle with four dancers.

We loved their performace entitled "Five Roving Rogue Ronin." Ronin, means Samurai with no Lord or Master. The performance was totally a surprise for my son and I to witness and capture with our cameras.

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Deborah Drake - Authentic Writing Provokes November 15, 2011 at 10:15 AM
Oh, that I missed this! Lovely.


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