Lynn Anderson's Gallery (updated June, 2009)

Editor's note: Arboretum volunteer Lynn Anderson is a recent convert from film to digital photography. To correspond with Lynn about her photography or her volunteer work at the Arboretum email drlynn10 AT ( swapping "AT" in that address string with the symbol @)

Carpenter Bees love the grape-scented flowers of Mescal bean, also known as Texas Mountain Laurel

Backlit Boojum tree in our Cactus Garden

One of the artistic blossoms made from colored glass, available at the Visitor Center gift shop

October afternoon sun made this Honey Locust radiant

Turk's Cap flowers in our Hummingbird Garden are a favorite food of Broad-bille Hummingbirds, and also the Arboretum's unique Hybrid Hummingbird

Pistachio leaves turn a variety of shades of yellow, pumpkin-orange and red during November and December, giving the Arboretum "Arizona's Fall Foliage Finale."

You don't have to crane your neck for this view of a giant Eucalyptus tree!

Another Autumn scene; Lynn captured perfect backlighting on this lovely Fall foliage tree.

Lynn also shoots autumn colors in nearby mountain ranges; here's a scene of Big-tooth maples in the Pinal Mountains


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