Colored-Leaf Safari

In order (for Katya) to take good pictures of colored leaves this autumn, we went on a leaf safari on mini. Unfortunately it was cloudy all day, but we ventured.

1. Lake Inagako

This is Katya’s third visit to Inagako this fall.  Maya-san started digging holes, and I watched her.

Katya took pictures alone

2. Chichibu-Tama-Kai National Park

Maya-san and I were eating a baked sweat potato on a bench in a parking area of the visitor center.  Katya took pictures alone.

3. Shosenkyo

We got there at 4 PM.  The leaves were so beautiful but we did not have enough light at this time of the day in autumn.  The phtographer would not take pictures in this condition.  I post one instead.

Yes, it is too dark.  Katya will try to go there early next week.

We came back home and had dinner at Gusto.  Then we went to a new coffee-specialized shop, “Coffee Tonya“.  There was a sale.

Then we played tennis for 2 hours.

I saved my leg and did not run this evening.

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2 Responses to Colored-Leaf Safari

  1. AdelaideBen says:

    Nice post – and yes, I’ve been enjoying Katya’s photos on her blog as well. Whilst spring is definitely the season for living, there’s something very beautiful and serene about autumnal colours. Shame we get so few here in Australia (where all the natives are evergreens).

  2. Muravej says:

    Thank you for visiting Katya’s blog. She will post pictures she took in Shosenkyo.
    I am visiting T-chan’s blog, too.
    We have not been to Australia. We are hoping to dive there in the future.

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