Monday, December 25, 2017

Merry Christmas at Sagamihara Park. 相模原公園でメリークリスマス。

We went to Sagamihara Park in the suburbs of Tokyo.



MERRY CHRISTMAS letters were made by ornamental cabbages.



This tree was made by potted poinsettia leaves.


Poinsettia.


A road lined with metasequoia trees.


From the opposite side.



This tree is knowed as a postcard tree.


Because you can write letters on the leaf.


A kind of oak tree.


Many acorns on the ground.


A kind of azalea.


The fruit.


A privet tree.

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This post is my last one in this year.
Wishing you have nice holidays.


We go to Chinese Taipei about a week from 28th in December 
























34 comments:

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

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  2. Merry Christmas! A fantastic Christmas tree out of poinsettias.
    Btw
    I'm just reading a book telling about Kiyoto & Sei Shōnagon...

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    1. Dear ritta.
      Thank you very much for your comment I hope you enjoy her essay.

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    2. I'm so pleased that you left a comment at my book blog <3 I'm very interested in Japan and Haruki Murakami is one of my favourite writers... Unfortunately so far never visited your fascinating country, Finland is so far away!

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    3.  Dear ritta.
      Thank you very much for your comment. Finland is the nearest country in Europe from Japan.There are direct flight lines from Tokyo to Helsinki. I like Jean Sibelius's music very much.

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  3. Beautiful poinsettias Christmas tree - Merry Christmas!

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    1. Dear Carol.
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  5. Your photos are always lovely.
    Thank you for joining this week's party at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2017/12/wishing-you-merry-christmas.html.
    Wishing you a wonderful Christmas and blessings to continue through 2018~

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    1. Dear NC Sue.
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  6. Nice photos! Merry Christmas Merry Christmas to you!

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    1. Dear Linda.
      Merry Christmas. Thank you very much for your comment

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    1. Dear Samyuktha.
      Merry Christmas. Thank you very much for your comment

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  8. 穏やかなクリスマスの日を過ごされましたね。
    ポインセチアのツリーが可愛い。見事な黄金のメタセコイヤ並木だったと思います。すっかり茶色になって静かな冬の訪れを感じます。I hope 2018 brings you and your family happiness.

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    1. Dear Tomoko sama.
      こんばんは。ありがとうございます。良いお年をお迎えください。

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  9. wonderful to discover these great views of Sagamihara Park *

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    1. Dear monique.
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  10. This post is very interesting. The greetings by ornament cabbages looked awesome and brilliant. I am learning new trees like Metasequoia and Privet from your photos as we don't have them in our country.

    I am surprised by this postcard tree too which one could scribble writings on the leaves! I would write my wish on the leaves for Saito-San like this "Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy Holidays to Taipei!"....

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    1. Dear Twilight Man.
      Thank you very much for your comment Reading your comment,I feel very happy. In a future. I want to send you a postcard tree letter.

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  11. Beautiful trees!!
    相模原にこんなに素敵な公園があるのですね。
    善き羊飼いの教会のことも知らなかったので調べてみました。
    星空、大好きなのでいつか訪れてみたいです。
    台北でよいお年をお迎えください☆
    昭子

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    1. Dear Akiko sama
      こんばんは。ありがとうございます。この公園は小田急線相模大野駅下車、バスで女子美大行きに乗って終点で降ります。とても遠かったです。台北で楽しんで来ます。ありがとうございました。

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  12. Very nice! The metasequoia trees are awesome.

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    1. Dear MartiDIY
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  14. Merry Christmas to you! I enjoyed your festive pictures!

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    1. Dear Temera.
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  15. How wonderfully festive! Happy New Year!

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    1. Dear Fiona.
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  16. Hi Minoru, so many beautiful trees! The privet tree is a first for me - we only have hedges.
    Wishing you a happy and peaceful New Year,
    Ruby

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  17. A superb variety of lovely things! I hope your new year brings many more things to photograph!

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