We've retrieved a number of early images that show how what is now Momiji-en looked in the early days (1970-1980). We invite you to compare those historic pictures to what you see and enjoy today!Read More
Spring of 2016 marks our first occupancy of the tea house for its intended purposes. Spending time there inspires new projects to further refine the space and surroundings. In one such project, Bill added historic Japanese roof tiles to the foreground view.Read More
Cameras, film, lenses, darkrooms, photojournalism, garden photography, human interest: All of these have been part of my life for many years.Read More
The pine beetle can be a major pest for specimen pine trees in a Japanese garden. We are undertaking control measures that are non-lethal to insects.Read More
It's rainy in Corvallis today (March 9) and forecast to be extremely windy overnight. The daffodils are getting beaten down by all this rain and wind; camellias and white star magnolias in full bloom turn brown prematurely. Too bad! Blossoms in our garden are otherwise quite pleasant right now!