Saturday, May 9, 2015

A WISTERIA PARK.

                We went to see wisteria blossoms at Ashikaga flower park in Tochigi.

              あしかがフラワーパークに行きました。







White color. 白藤です。



Yellow color. 黄花藤です。










Blooming in long clusters.



By macro lens.



A white blossom wisteria tree. 八重藤です。



By macro lens.



White color.



Yellow color.


There are other flowers and decorations in this park.


Bleeding Heart flowers.



A flower tower.



A flower small island.



A flower pyramid.




One of the most beautiful wisteria blossoms.


Thanks for visiting this post.












63 comments:

  1. Wow - those flowering trees are gorgeous!

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  3. Just gorgeous. I love the wisteria, beautiful blooming trees.. Great shots, have a happy weekend!

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  4. 藤の花のスカートみたい。ゴージャスですね。風が吹いたらどんな風に揺れるのかしらと想像しました。

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    1.   Dear Tomoko sama.
      こんばんは。 ありがとうございます。マクロ写真を撮る時、微風があって困ったのですが、ほとんど無風でした。 NHKのニュースに連れられて、行ってきました。 長年の思いを果たす事が出来ました。

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  5. The wisterias in your photos are gorgeous.

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  6. Amazing park! Have only ever seen a purple wisteria ....and never quite as big. Love all three colors and the other flowers as well. The tower is beautiful!

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  8. An amazing area!!! Your photos are exquisite. Thank you so much for sharing. I have never seen wisteria trees as big. They must be a magnificent sight.

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  9. awesome colours, it will be wonderful to be there and see it for myself.

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  10. Seria um prazer imenso poder admirar estas belezura com a luz da minha retina
    Fotos belíssimas e o parque é excepcional
    Beijos e um lindo final de semana

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  11. I'm so glad you posted this - I wish I could visit there - the scents and colors must be intoxicating!
    Please come link up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/05/the-bubble-man.html

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  12. Whoa! This is mind blowing thank you for showing. :)

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  13. Hello Minoru, The wisterias are gorgeous. It's amazing how full of flowers they are. Thank you for sharing.

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  14. Sublim, gorgeous as always!! Incredible pictures, amazing blossoms and so thankful that you' ve shared them to us and, also, to let us look at them through your camera lens! Warm greetings!

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  15. 足利フラワーパークは海外からの観光客にも有名なようですが、さすが、納得です。奈良公園では野生の藤はダイナミックですが、藤棚のはそこまでいきません。蔓が右巻きか左巻きかは上からみるか下からみるかによりかわりますよね。

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    1. Dear Yoko sama.
      こんばんは。 右手指巻き、略して、右巻き、が従来の左巻き、左手指巻き、略して、左巻き、が従来の右巻き、混乱します。

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  17. Oh my! They are stunning! Like colorful waterfalls! Many people in US won't plant them because they are so invasive in a garden setting. But I have always thought them particularly beautiful!

    Incidently, the Palo Verde tree is a lot like the wisteria, in that it sends roots underground in all directions, with shoots popping up everywhere! :-)

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      Thank you very much for your comment. I did not know the Palo Verde tree at all. Thank you for your imformation.

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  18. Wonderful serie!
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  19. The trees and flowers are so beautiful!

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  20. Impressive♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/quiet-blossoms

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  21. Oh, what a wonderful, beautiful place!

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  22. What an awesome sight! Beautiful photos.

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  23. The flowers are so nice and hang down prettily from heavens! I have seen just few photos of these lovely flowers in travel posters but you shared so much with everyone here. This pyramid styled blooms is so unique and innovative. I love them all. Thanks a lot Minoru Saito-san.

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      Thank you very much for your comment. Your comments inspire me very much. ありがとうございます。

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  24. These wisterias are amazing! So beautiful!!!

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  25. Absolutely gorgeous Minoru! My back is still hurting, but I'm feeling a little better each day. Thanks for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro, the link is NOW open :-)

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  26. Wow, that is breathtaking! I would never leave. You'd have to drag me out. I've never even seen wisteria in person.

    Visiting from Shine the Divine. Would love if you joined us at the Macro Monday Mixer over at www.allthevs.com :)

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    2. I had to come look at these again. So envious of you right now. Thanks for sharing them at the Macro Monday Mixer. Hope to see you there again this week.

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  27. Those are such incredible wisteria blooms, I haven't seen so many colors, and the abundance of blooms is amazing. I also like the lovely color combinations in the flower tower and flower pyramid.

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  28. かなりやばいです、これ! お見事な景色ですねえ。うちの庭にGolden chain tree と言う木がなっています、写真にある黄色の藤とそっくりですが、すぐ色があせてしまう、あわれさがあります。

    北海道の旅を楽しく過ごされますように。

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    1. Dear Akemi sam.
      こんにちは。 ヤバイ、ヤバイ。 Golden chain tree をネットで調べましたが、よく似ていますね。 最近は、海外からもこの藤を見にくる人が多くなっています。
       明日から出かけてきます。 ありがとうございます。

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  29. That is generous nature, Minoru gives us incredible gifts. Precious photos.
    a hug.

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  30. My goodness, these are such beautiful images, Minoru!
    I especially love the purple wisteria. Just gorgeous!
    Thank you for sharing here.

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