The Impressions of Autumn (11)

Two years ago, I have a series known as The Impressions of Autumn.

I don’t think I have showcased all the photos.

This is a continuation of the series.dsc_0075

We were on our way travelling in Tateyama Kurobe, Japan.

This picture was taken on a car and therefore a little bit blur due to movments.

There is just a magical array of colors in the hills.


Autumn was in the trees and everywhere.

Travel Theme: Merchandise

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In our travels, we always come across merchandise displayed in shop windows.

I like window shopping- different cultures have their way of displaying merchandise.

The way merchandise are displayed in Japan is quite interesting and unique.

The shops are full of colors and vibrancy which are unique to their culture.

The following images were all taken in Shinkoku, Japan.CIMG5497

The first image is taken at the Towel Museum, the colors are just interesting.DSCF0291

Near to the Kintai bridge is this small shop which sells ice cream with 100 flavors – 100 flavors is their selling point – and there was a long queue of visitors waiting to buy.DSCF0365

Pottery shop alongside a waterway in Shinkoku.CIMG5575

Traditional lanterns displayed in the window shop.CIMG5583

Never saw an optical shop in such attractive colors – on first sight, I thought it was for something else.CIMG5587

Bags! These are what ladies are looking for.CIMG5579

Umbrellas – it is good that they still have specialty shops for umbrellas and fabric. Where I am based, all umbrella shops are closed because of the high shop rental and that umbrellas are now available at such a competitive price.

The world of merchandise is just a world of colors on display!

Travel Theme: Multicolored

Ailsa’s theme this week is Multicolored.

The picture was taken in Yunnan, China.102

This shop was displaying colored textile products on the outside.

My software has assisted me in counting the number of colors – the image has 659,920 colors!

I suppose it includes all shades of the more basic colors. So, definitely, this is multicolored!