Green is my colour.
The tree branches were dripping down to the lake.
The picture was taken after heavy rain which stirred up the lake water.
The picture was basically in different shades of green.
Up on a hill we saw this panoramic view while in Shinkoku.
The type of structures also change from suspension bridge to cable stayed bridges.
It is a big engineering feat and connects so many places and people!
I think I have said too many times that my one day tour in Riturin Garden, Shikoku was a very good day.
The first one is in fact a panoramic view of the garden, which I have pieced together using two photos.
I am going to show you two pictures of the so called Patchwork Road at Biei, Hokkaido.
However, I believe, both pictures when taken together would give readers a good idea as to how beautiful the place is.
Is this the modern version of Hay Stacks by Monet?
The picture was taken by my brother who has just returned from a trip to Furano with his family.
The Furano they saw was quite different from the one we saw.
They didn’t see any lavender, principally because we didn’t go there in the same season.
I like the photos taken by my brother, although our photographic styles are quite different.
Unless I find necessary, I don’t usually photoshop the pictures.
On this picture, I like the bales and the clouds.
Pardon me for sharing yet another photo of lavender field.
There was something poetic about the photo. I was happily strolling the lavender field, walking towards a tree. While a girl was approaching it from the other direction.
My wife caught this moment which was not unlike the lovers meeting high up on a hill in a bitter sweet moment in the film ” Love is a Many Splendored Thing”.