South King Media Photographer to Speak at PowellsWood Garden May 12

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Award-winning South King Media photojournalist Michael Brunk will be a featured presenter this year with Federal Way’s citywide Buds & Blooms festival on Mother’s Day weekend, May 12-13.

Buds & Blooms took a hiatus for 2011 but is back this year, bigger and stronger and more vibrant than ever. Events will be held once again at PowellsWood, on the upper edge of Des Moines’ Redondo district, as well as at the Rhododendron Species Garden, the Pacific Rim Bonsai Collection, the Commons, and more.

Michael Brunk’s presentation will be at 3 PM on May 12 at PowellsWood: A Northwest Garden, which will also be hosting teas, other lectures, musical groups, tours, and (of course!) a veritable sea of vibrant floral color.

Saturday 3:00 pm, PowellsWood – Nature Photography: Right Place, Right Time
What’s the weather going to do? Where’s the sun in the sky and which direction is the light in the scene you want to shoot? Join Michael Brunk as he offers tips to capture just the shot you want… and offers us insights into how he captured some of his own favorites. His photos have appeared in a variety of online and print outlets, including The Seattle P-I, the City of Burien, City of Des Moines Arts Commission, and Experience Washington, as well as numerous online publications. Michael is a member of the Tyee Photography Alliance. A selection of Michael’s work will also be shown at Seattle’s Art/Not Terminal Gallery in downtown Seattle throughout July.

Click here for details about the schedule of programs at PowellsWood.

Click here for the full schedule of Buds & Blooms programs.

Click here to purchase tickets for the Buds & Blooms Garden Tour in advance. Tour tickets ($15.00) may also be purchased at the gate. PowellsWood admission will be $5.00, children 12 and under free. Tour hours are 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.

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