Saturday, August 3, 2013

TANESASHI SEASHORE IN AOMORI.

Tanesashi seashore is located at northenmost prefecture in our mainisland.

We could see many wildflowers by the sea.


Tanesashi seashore.

青森県の種差海岸です。

Tanesashi seashore too.


Thunberg lily.

スカシユリです。


Thunberg lily.

花びらの間に隙間が有ります。


Asatuki.

アサツキです。 薬味にしたくなります。

Ezohuuro.

エゾフウロです。

Kawaranadeshiko.

カワラナデシコです。

Kita-Nokogirisoh(Chinese yarrow).

キタノコギリソウです。


Kita-Nokogirisoh.  Nokogiri means a saw. This kind of flowers have sawlike leaves.

葉っぱが鋸の様です。

Nokogirisoh.

ノコギリソウです。


Ezo-Turukinnbai.

エゾツルキンバイです。

Kasensoh.

カセンソウ(歌仙草)です。

Kouzorina.

コウゾリナです。

Ezo-Misohagi.

エゾミソハギです。

Kusafuji.

クサフジです。

Turigane-Ninjin.

ツリガネニンジンです。

A bokeh photo.

ボケを入れてみました。

Nejibana(The orchid family).

ネジバナです。

Japanese rose.

ハマナスです。

The normal type of  Japanese rose fruit.

ハマナスの普通の果実です。

The new type of Japanese rose fruit.

新種の果実です。
 
















50 comments:

  1. Your wild flower pictures are pretty. I find them inspiring as they are enduring, determined and beautiful.
    Robyn
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  2. That is a very rocky shoreline!!! You flower photos are so lovely!!! I have never seen the new type of rose hips, but they do not look very comfortable... Can you still make tea from them?

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    1. Dear Judy.
      Thank you very much for your comment. The local people eat with the rosehips as jam.

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  3. 岩のゴツゴツ感と霧がいい味の風景ですね。NO.17のぼけもいい感じです。こんなふうにぼけたいものです。レンズはズームレンズ以外に単焦点のも使われてますか?

    Yoko

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    1. Dear stardust.
      おはようございます。お褒めいただきありがとうございます。この写真は50m のマクロレンズ、F2.8 で撮りました。標準ズームと望遠ズームとマクロレンズを持って出かけます。

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  4. Gorgeous photos and flowers. Glad you decided to share your photos on Orange you glad it's Friday. Thanks for joining and I hope to see you again next Friday. Have a great weekend.

    PS.
    Hope you could fix the link on your Orange you glad Friday link, it's not pointing to the meme. Thanks!

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    1.  Dear Maria.
      Thank you very much for your comment. Sorry,I soon found my mistake,and I have corrected.
      Wishing you a wonderful Sunday.

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  5. Such a beautiful rocky shoreline, beautifully photographed. Lovely photos of the many wildflowers too.

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    1. Dear Pat.
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  6. Beautiful sea views and lovely blooms!

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  7. The sea looks really rough in a gloomy weather?.

    But the flowers are so vivid in colour.

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  8. Wonderfully rugged scenery and lovely flowers.

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  9. The Turigane Ninjin looks so delicate and beautiful. The orange fruit we call here rosehip. One can make delicious jam from it:) Thank you for the follow of my blog!

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    1. Dear Jesh.
      Thank you very much for your comment. I did not know the word of rosehip. Thank you again. Wishing you a wonderful Sunday.

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  10. That is really an interesting and very beautiful coastline, Minoru, and as always you find the loveliest flowers!
    I wish you a wonderful weekend.

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    1. Dear Lisa.
      Thank you very much for your comment. I feel happy you like my photos. Happy Sunday to you!

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  11. I always enjoy my visits here, as I love to see your wonderful scenery and beautiful flowers. Thank you for once again sharing with Today's Flowers, and have a great week :)

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    1. Dear DeniseinVA.
      THank you very much for your comment. I feel happy you like my posts. Wishing you a wonderful Sunday.

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  12. Beautiful photos. The flowers look like little jewels.

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  14. こんなに荒々しい、厳しそうな海岸の近くにも、こんなに可憐で美しい野生の花が咲いているのですね。写真を拝見していると、そこここに咲いているような感じをうけますがそうなんでしょうか?
    ツリガネニンジン、ネジバナが可憐です。ローズヒップ、まるでトマトのようですが、実際は小豆大くらいでしょうか。ローズヒップティーにもなりますね。イガイガはそんなに尖らなくても・・・ですね^^

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    1. Dear cosmos.
      こんばんは。スカシユリは海岸近くに咲く百合です。そのほかの植物はほかの所でも良く見かけます。
       ローズヒップは直系5センチ位です。地元の人はジャムにするそうです。ローズヒップティーは国産かどうかは分かりません。
       イガイガがあるローズヒップは大変珍しいです。薔薇にはトゲが有りますが、果実にまでトゲは要らないと思います。

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    2. えぇ~そんなに大きいんですか。ローズヒップティーを見るとかなり小さいので、もっと小さいものと思っていました。ローズヒップジャムというのは初めて聞きます。でもたくさん取れるでしょうから、有効利用でいいですよね。

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    3.  こんにちは。花より少し小さい位です。でも横に長いですから、体積はさほどでもありません。
       観光客は国立公園のものは取ったり出来ないですから。どう有効利用するのか、難しいです。

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    1.  Dear Indrani.
      Thank you very much for your comment.

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  16. こんにちは。種差海岸って、つい最近ニュースで見ましたが三陸復興国立公園に指定されたところですよね。1枚目と2枚目の写真の岩礁や浜は三陸らしい景色だと思いました。ここにこれだけの種類の山野草があることに驚きましたが、ハマナスの果実の真ん中の部分の色と形がトマトに似てるのにも驚きました。野草に関しては知らないことばかりですが、これ食べれるんですか。

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    1. 弘世旅空様
       こんばんは。そうですね。将来はもっと良い名前に変更されるかも知れません。天気が良ければもっと良い景色が見られたかも知れません。
       ハマナスは地元の人はジャムにして食べるそうですが、外部の人は摘み取ることは許されませんので、見るだけです。
       山野草はスカシユリやアサツキが伊豆の海岸地方でも見られます。その他はどこでも見る事が出来ます。
       初夏まではこちらにも「やませ」が吹いてとても寒くなる日もあるそうです。

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  17. The sea is beautiful with the fog.
    a hug.

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  18. 野草の名前なかなか覚えられないんですが、今回は「ノコギリソウ」を覚えようと思います。葉っぱをみたらすぐわかりますよね? \(^o^)/

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    1. Dear Merry Witch.
      こんばんは。一つでも覚えていただき嬉しいです。

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      Thank you very much for your comment.

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  20. Lovely scenery and beautiful flowers. I can't remember seeing a rose fruit with thorns before.

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    1. Dear Gunilla.
      H,Gunilla. Thank you very much for your comment. I saw these thron rosehips for the first time.

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  21. Gorgeous scenery and beautiful flowers!
    Happy Sky Watch,
    Merisi

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  22. Thank you, Minoru san, for another delightful peek into the beauty of Japan! That coastal scenery looks quite unique, and yet also reminds me of photos I've seen of the coast of Oregon. Likewise, many of your wildflowers are completely unfamiliar, yet I also recognize familiar faces among them! For instance, the lilies (which are also blooming here right now) are gorgeous, the flower you identify as Ezohuuru looks like our "sticky geranium" wildflower, and the Turigane-Ninjin looks just like our "harebells," which bloom in the spring.

    The wild rose looks very familiar, as does the first rose fruit (what we call "rose hips"), but I've never seen that new prickly variety before!

    Thank you for sharing another set of your beautiful photos!

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    1. Dear Laloofah.
      Hi! Thank you very much for your comment. I looked sticky geranium and harebells photos. They are very similar with my photos. I want to see the coast of Oregon in some future.
      I looked the new type rose hips for the first time. They are very rare in our country.
      Thanks for sharing.

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  23. flowers are definitely awesome sights.

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