Monday, October 10, 2016

Coral-like plants in colony by Lake Notoro. 能取湖のサンゴソウの大群落。

Arriving at Lake Notoro in Hokkaido,we could see coral-like plants in colony.


能取湖畔。






We could see Lake Notoro.



Then we went to another place to see these plants.


We could see the plants and grey herons by the Lake Saromako.



Grey herons.



Nice color here.


Closing up.




There was a wild flower garden near here.


ハマナス。


ノコギリソウ。


クサフジ。


コウゾリナ。


カワラナデシコ。
Then we went Notoro Misaki Cape.


A lighthouse at Notoro Misaki Cape.



We could see a very big Sunflower field near Memannbetu airport.
管制塔が見えてます。


Getting on a airplane bound for Tokyo,
we came home.

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    1. Dear lina.
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  2. très belles images de ce lac à découvrir avec les hérons et les fleurs sauvages ainsi que les étendues de "Salicornia fruticosa"? au lac Notoro ! merci !

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  3. Wow! The flowers are so pretty and plenty! They make a sea of red and yellow flowers. I like sunflowers as they always look big and happy.

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  4. Such a beautiful scenic place to take photos! I love reading your blog & finding new places to visit in Japan. The sunflower field is so pretty!

    TFM BLOG

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  5. Love the sunflower field! And those coral-like plants are beautiful too. Are the plants used for anything?

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    1. Dear Linda.
      Thank you very much for your comment. We would only enjoy to see these coral-like plants

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  6. Hello. Great photos. Grey Herons are awesome birds. Greetings.

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  7. The coral like plants are beautiful. They look like the ones along the Monterey Bay dunes.

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  9. Gorgeous shots. I love that field of sunflowers.

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  10. The sunflowers are like a yellow lake in themselves. The red coral-like plant is beautiful.

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  11. Lovely photos :-) Such a scenic place!

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  12. I've admired all the recent posts; now, it is shared a beautiful display/series of blooms and a full field of gorgeous yellow sunflowers. The weather must be still warm for this period of time to let them flourish so lovely. A very good week!

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    1. Dear Alexa.
      Thank you very much for your comment. It was very hot in this summer and autumn. We could enjoy very nice days in October.

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  13. I didn't get the reference to corals until I saw the closeup. They are so cool. Glad you had the opportunity to photograph them.

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    1. Dear Ruth.
      Thank you very much for your comment. Please come in our country in a future.

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  14. サンゴソウっていう植物ですか?一面に広がって迫力ありますね!素晴らしいです。ひまわりも見事です。しぼんでるのが、まったく見られないのが驚きます。

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    1. Dear Tomoko sama.
      こんばんは。ありがとうございます。長年見たいと思っていましたサンゴソウです。見られて良かったです。

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  15. Hello Minoru, this red landscape is fascinating and the flowers do resemble coral!
    The combination of colours is interesting....sky reflections and red plants.
    You always have somewhere new to show us.

    Thank you and have a good week,
    Ruby

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    1. Dear Ruby.
      Thank you very much for your comment. I feel very happy.

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  17. "Ontem foi embora.Amanhã ainda não veio. Temos somente hoje, comecemos!!!Qualquer ato
    de amor, por menor que seja, é um trabalho pela paz" (Madre Teresa de Calcutá)
    Como sempre você contempla-nos com belas imagens!
    Um grande abraço querida, Marie.

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  18. Gorgeous photos !! I love sunflowers in the field !
    Greetings

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  19. サンゴソウの赤い湿地帯と黄色い向日葵の丘、それぞれに綺麗ですね。

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    1. Dear Yoko sama.
      こんばんは。ありがとうございます。 ようやくサンゴソウを見てこられました。

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  20. The coral is very cute. A beautiful variety of flowers.
    Un abrazo.

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    1. Dear Laura.
      Thank you very much for your comment. Un abrazo.

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  21. この時期の北海道の気温はどうなのでしょうか? まだそれほど寒くはないのでしょうね、ひまわりが咲いているのですから、、、とても綺麗な写真になりましたね。旅のポスターにいいと思います。
    来年は無理かもしれませんが(すでに3月の日本旅行予定が決まっていて)、再来年の9月に北海道に旅行したいです。 小樽がいいかと思っています。小樽ホテル憧れてます。

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    1. こんばんは。お久しぶりです 9月でしたら、景色の良いのは、層雲峡と大雪山系の旭岳です。小樽はミニ横浜の様な雰囲気でしt。

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