Sunday, October 6, 2019

My second time trip from Lake Notoro to Shiretoko in September.

Arriving at Monbetsu airport,we got on a sightseeing bus.


The bus was bound for Shiretoko via Lake Notoro.


We could see the Sea of Okhotsk.


Lake Saromako, It's a inland sea lake, over the sand bank
it's the Sea of Okhotsk.


Coral like plants grow in colonies by the  Lake Notoro.


It's very beautiful.


By macro lens.


We arrived  at hotel in Shiretoko.
After taking a diiner,we got on a bus to look for wild animals.


We found a female deer.


A male deer.


And a fox.

Next day,we haked around Shiretoko area. 
Shiretoko means the end of the world by native laundage.


Oshinkoshin's Falls.


Furepe's Falls.


Autumn leaves.


We found a wild deer near the hiking road.

At the evening ,we got on a sightseeing boat from the Utoro harbour.


Autumn leaves were very beautiful.


Kamuiwakka's Falls.


Closing up.



We found a wild bear near the Sea shore.

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Thanks for your visit.



























41 comments:

  1. Hello, I love the cool critters. Neat sighting of the bear, deer and fox! The views of the sea and waterfall are beautiful. The coral plants are lovely, beautiful scene. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Enjoy your day, wishing you a great new week ahead.

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  2. Wow - you saw a lot of wild things. The orange coral plants are lovely by the sea.

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  3. What incredible images! Such a beautiful place to visit.

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  5. Oh my, what wonderful photos! I especially enjoyed the ones of the waterfalls. And the view from the cliff is extraordinarily beautiful! Thank you!

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  8. Thanks for the tour, the coral like plants are a beautiful colour. It's bear season where I live, and they come to town to eat fruit and plants from gardens. There are also deer in town, but they aren't as dangerous. - Margy

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  9. You sure got to see a lot of different animals! And I can't imagine seeing that coral growing like that! Love all the deer and the bear too! What a nice trip!

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  10. Beautiful landscape. I love the field of red wildflowers (?)


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  11. Always looking great Minoru!

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    2. Thank you again for the photos, they look great.

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  12. The landscape looks very beautiful and a lot like where I live in Canada! thank you for showing the pics

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  13. I have never seen such coral-like plants - so intricate and lovely. It's no wonder they built a boardwalk to protect them. How lucky you were to see so much wildlife, especially the fox and the bear! Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday!

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  14. Wow! These are stunning photos and love how you captured all the animals- I don't see a wild bear very often!!

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  15. Great visit. I would imagine the bear was the highlight. Would have been for me.

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  16. The fields of coral are breathtaking to see!
    Lots of great shots in this post. Thanks for sharing with us at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2019/10/shades-of-yelllow.html

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  17. Oh wow, a real bear! And the photo of the deer scratching is very funny. That's certainly a beautiful end of the world.

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  18. Siempre es un placer llegar aquí Minoru. Bien pillastee a los ciervos. Ya se van notando los colores del otoño.
    Buen miércoles.
    Un abrazo.

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  19. Wow! You certainly had a lot to see on your trip! The scenery and critters are just stunning to see.

    Thanks for being a part of 'My Corner of the World' this week!

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  20. What a beautiful location. I really like all the wildlife, and also the waterfall photos!

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