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Tacocat

Season 1 | Episode 4

Beautiful trees. Koi ponds. Miles of hiking trails. Punk rock band Tacocat in rainbow costumes. Only in Seattle does this combination create magic. In this episode of Open Studio, the group takes famed National Geographic photographer and local Seattleite Aaron Huey into the Washington Park Arboretum for a day of nature-inspired fun that matches their personality. This is #OpenStudio.

This series was produced in collaboration with National Geographic.

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Seattle Japanese Garden

Seattle Japanese Garden is 3.5 acre urban sanctuary. Winding paths and benches invite you to view the garden slowly and mindfully, in all of its detail - stones, water, lanterns, bridges, buildings, plants and animals. Visit website

Washington Park Arboretum
On the shores of Lake Washington, this 230-acre preserve features rare trees & a Japanese garden. Visit website

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