Tuesday, January 7, 2014

WILD JAPANESE DAFFODILS.

                       Wild Japanese daffodils started to bloom near seashore at Tumekizaki beach.




Tumekizaki beach

爪木崎です。



Japanese daffodils would bloom in colonies here.

野水仙の群生です。

These flowers would start to bloom from the late in December.

12月の下旬から咲き始めます。

Looking these daffodils,I wonder there were many narcissists in our country.



By macro lens.

マクロで撮りました

Wild aloe flowers were in full bloom here.


I took a bokeh aloe. photo.

アロエのボケショットです。

Then we started to go to Shuzenji area.


Jorennotake Falls, on the way to shuzenji.

浄蓮の滝です。

Shuzenji Temple.

修善寺です。


We walked a lane between bamboo forest.

竹林の小径です。

Black-backed wagtail, by the river.

ハクセキレイです。


Grey wagtail.

キセキレイです。
 
 








52 comments:

  1. So beautiful, the daffodils! I look forward to spring her - still many months away.

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  3. Oh, these daffodils are so beautiful, Minoru!
    It will be many months before we see them here, so thank you for these wonderful photographs.

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  4. What gorgeous shots! Looks so lovely and mild.

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  5. Oh Minoru how very beautiful. Daffodils are my favorite flower. Here they bloom in the spring (February or March). And since we live in Florida in the winter and spring now, we never see them (because it is too hot here). We used to live in Oregon which is cooler..daffodils were the first spring flower to bloom after the long rainy winter. (They don't grow wild there though!)

    Thank you for all the lovely scenery pictures as well.

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    1. Dear Sallie.
      Thank you very much for your comment. I feel very happy that you like daffodils. I think your life is very cool. If you want ,you can go anywhere.

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  6. Looking at your photos, I feel Spring seems not too far away.

    They are all very nicely captured.

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    1. Dear Sophie.
      Thank you very much for your comment. February is most cold month in Tokyo. "If Winter comes, can Spring be far behind? " by Shelley.

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  7. Love the flowers! That's amazing to see so many daffodils growing wild.

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  8. Incredible photos... Such a beautiful flowers ...Nature is wonderful...

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  9. Beautiful photos! All of them!

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  10. Stunning that daffodils bloom in December. Very beautiful photos and a places with a great atmosphere.

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  11. I love the bamboo forest walk, and especially the daffodils -------- so many; how very special; no weeds? What a sight that must've been!

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    1. Dear Carole.
      Thank you very much for your comment. The doffodils here iare managed by some people.

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  12. The daffodils are beautiful. Lovely scenic views and a cute bird. Great post. Enjoy the rest of your week!

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  13. Nice serie of photos, cute birds!

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  14. おはようございます。水仙の群生というのも凄いもんですね。水仙は2・3本の水仙をマクロで撮るのが一番綺麗に見えるような気がしました。竹林の小径は初めて見ましたが、心地良さそうな散歩道ですね。ところでセキレイはナイスショットです。これ望遠での撮影ですか。よく撮れましたね。

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    1.  弘世旅空様
       こんばんは。水仙も、満開になると、もっときれいに撮れるのですが、四分咲き位なので難しかったです。
       キセキレイはめったに人の居る所に現れ無いのですが、見つけて望遠で撮りました。

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  15. The blooming hills with daffodils are so beautiful! And the bamboo forest is unique! Thanks for sharing:)

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  16. Hi M. How wonderful to have wild duffs. Great birds seen also.

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  17. Gosh beautiful photos I love the thought of wandering through the bamboo forest, very Zen like!
    Wren x

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  18. Hi Minoru, What a lovely experience with beautiful scenery and flowers and birds. I love seeing photos from your corner of the world.

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  19. Wow!! The flowers are so pretty to admire. So kirei...! We don't have all these flowers in Malaysia. Even your bamboo trees looked neat and beautiful.

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  21. The masses of daffodils are beautiful. Great series of photos.

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  22. Here bloom a little later minoru, and are always yellow.
    Precious photos. Thanks for sharing;)
    Have a good weekend.
    a hug.

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  23. The daffodils look amazing as does the vibrant blue sea.

    Thank you for sharing your journey and beautiful photos!
    Ruby

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  24. 冷たい空気の中に水仙のほのかな香りがここちよかったことでしょうね。2~3年前に淡路島の灘黒岩で海を見下ろす斜面に群生している水仙を眺めたことを思い出します。竹林の小路では洋風の街灯が面白いですね。 今年もあちこちに撮影旅行のご予定があるのでしょうね。いい年になりますように。今年もよろしくお願いいたします。

    Yoko

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    1. Yoko様
       こんばんは。本年も宜しくお願いします。淡路島の水仙を重い出されて良かったです。今年も月に2回のペースで旅に出かける予定です。 奈良もまた行きます。 Yoko様も良いお年をすごされますよう、願ってます。

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  25. Oh my, your photos are just fantastic. I love daffodils and its marvelous to see a huge meadow full of them. Really bring the feeling of spring!

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  27. きれいなところですね。次の日本旅行はここに寄ろうかなと思えるほどでした。

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