NO. 287 – 299

October 30th, 2011 — 2:44pm

Today I placed these green cranes at the U.S. National Arboretum, another beautiful place in DC that I would have loved to take my mom.

No. 287 Sandstone Sculptures

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No. 288 Youth Garden

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No. 289 China Valley

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No. 290 Asia Valley

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No. 291 Japanese Woodlands

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No. 292 Korean Hillside

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No. 293 National Capital Columns – 22 of 24 sandstone Corinthian columns that once stood at the east portico of the US Capitol completed in 1826

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No. 294 National Bonsai + Penjing Museum

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No. 295 Bonsai Garden

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No. 296 Kato Stroll Garden – Dedicated to the Kato Family, 5 generations of Bonsai Masters

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No. 297 National Herb Garden – includes 800 kinds of herbs

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No. 298 Arbor House

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No. 299 Friendship Garden – In Memory of Kay Lahr, Created by Sculptor & Friend John Cavanaugh

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