I dearly miss Autumn in Hokkaido, Japan.
This is a casual shot taken on our trip some years back.
As always, we regret that we didn’t stay a bit longer, taken in more of the views.
Isn’t this ornate?
The picture was taken three years ago when we re-visited Beijing.
As different from our past visits to Beijing, the trip focused on natural rather then historical aspects of Beijing and its suburbs.
These leaves taken against a red wall in HongLuo Temple is one of my favorite photo in that trip.
Deoksugung Palace in Seoul is unique among Korean palaces in having a modern seal engraving and a western style garden and fountain.
Strolling in the garden this time three years ago during Autumn, what touched my soul was not the palace nor the fountain.
It was the maple!
We have colors all around us in the Fall.
Let’s take a trip to Tateyama Kurobe, Japan to see what Autumn is like.
Here the red leaves appear to me so romantic!
Can’t miss out this one!
This is one of my favorite photos; it gives a golden and mellow flavor to Autumn.
Thanks for creating such a tree!
I can’t help re-posting this photo again.
It is an image that I like and proud in taking it.
How enjoyable it was to stroll along this winding path with colored foliage on both sides.
Wandering in the Wonderland?
This happy place can be any where in the world.
This is just a small corner of the overall picture I saw.
There are many red maple leaves which are smaller in size than the leaves we used to see.
They were mixed happily with other colors.
Together, they form a happy picture.
Picture taken in South Korea in the fall.