The Sequim Lavender Festival officially runs July 21st, 22nd and 23rd. The lavender is already starting to bloom, you can check out the Bloom Report here.
Sequim is on the Olympic Peninsula, to get there from Sedro-Woolley, I drive to Coupeville and take the ferry to Port Townsend. From there its about an hours drive to Sequim.
Here are some images earlier trips to the Sequim Lavender Festival.
And a few images from the ferry ride over!
17 thoughts on “Sequim Lavender Festival”
Beautiful clicks 👍
Breathtakingly beautiful colours. And I can smell the fragrance all the way to Norway! 🙂
Have a wonderful summer!
Best regards from the North,
Dina & co
beautiful photos and colors
Lavender and a Ferry…Nice romantic adventure….You captured the spirit of Both…Thanks for Sharing.
On Thu, Jun 22, 2017 at 2:04 AM, North Western Images – photos by Andy Porter wrote:
> Andy Porter posted: “The Sequim Lavender Festival officially runs July > 21st, 22nd and 23rd. The lavender is already starting to bloom, you can > check out the Bloom Report here. Sequim is on the Olympic Peninsula, to > get there from Sedro-Woolley, I drive to Coupeville and ” >
My gosh, Andy. I have no idea how you capture such consistently gorgeous images week after week after week … but I’m glad and grateful you do. What colors!
Thank you, Heide! 🙂
Where is the “love” button?! I love lavender, and I love Sequim! I’ve been there 3 times, but always managed to miss it during the annual lavender festival. Lovely photos, as always….
That’s right we need the love button! I went through there once and just got lucky…
Lavender is a favorite of mine and you have simply captured such wonderful surreal settings. Beautiful.
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“Lavender is a favorite of mine and you have simply captured such wonderful surreal settings. Beautiful. ”
So beautiful, my pleasure. Have a great week!
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Sequim is home sweet home. I am following your blog now. 🙂