Beautiful red leaves :Autumn in Japan


 

Kama pond : from between the trees at the edge of the pond

<P.1  Kama  pond : from between the trees at the edge of the pond>

The representative of autumn in Japan are beautiful red leaves. At the end of October 2010, I visited the Shinshu (Nagano Prefecture). I would like to give you the impression.

案内地図2 Location of photography : the red frame of the left map

< P.2  Location of photography : the red frame of the left map>

Although I was going to enjoy the scenery of autumn at the 6 places. It was only three places. I first visited the Takase dam lake is a deep mountain valley . Because it was light rain, the photo are dark.  P.3,Thing has spread to one side is a myriad of white rock has been flowing from upstream. A light blue lake can be seen in the back. P.4,Recently, snow fell on the ground is visible.

Takase Valley : a look at the Takase lake from the suspension bridge

 

< P.3 Takase Valley : a look at the Takase lake from the suspension bridge  >

Takase Valley : around the lake

 

< P.4 Takase Valley : around the lake >

This time, Kama pond was the most wonderful. We went up the narrow road to a high place by a microbus. On the way, surrounding mountains were autumnal leaves exactly. The green of evergreens and white snow were mixed and it was playing beautiful harmony. Kama pond is small, was filled with red and yellow autumn leaves. I walked over the snow around the pond.

Kama pond: from the other side of the pond 

 

<P.5 Kama pond: from the other side of the pond >

Siraike pond is low altitude, the snow was not. This pond is surrounded by birch trees around. it was a pond suitable for a walk. Here is not brilliant, but was serene autumn. Gust of wind blew. It has caused ripples on the surface of the lake.

Shiro pond

 

<P.6 Shiro pond>

Final photo was taken from a bus to go home. We thoroughly enjoyed the autumn.

sunset

 

<P.7 sunset>

 

 

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5 thoughts on “Beautiful red leaves :Autumn in Japan

  1. The photos with the autumn leaves and also the bottom one are lovely. Thanks for stopping by my blog!

    • Tank you. I am also a retirement. Every day, I enjoy reading, meditation, and writing, sometimes traveling. I sometimes work for a while in a kitchen garden .

  2. Jenny

    The sunset-photo is amazing. The blue and orange makes a dramatic effect on the sky.

    • Tanks for visiting my blog. “good morning, lala” of your blog is a little sensuous and also intellectual. I like “the greenhouse”. This photo was taken from good angle and dazzling white.

      • Jenny

        Thank you for visiting mine. =)

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