Discussion in 'Outings, Trips & Expeditions' started by Takashi kajihara, Apr 16, 2018 at 4:44 AM.
Thank you for looking!
Japan was always green when I lived there. Green and beautiful. At least on the island of Honshu. But that was many years ago.
Wow, gorgeous. How old is that building? The statues and well make it look like it's been there for a millennia.
Wow! What an enchanting place! Thanks for sharing!
Good looking place young fellar, thanks for the post. joe
Id love to go someday. But I think the cities would give me a seizure .
Sorry, I have no idea.
But, That big Japanese cedar is 450 years old.
You've brought us some beauty again my friend!
Making me wish for green here.. We're sitting through an ice storm right now..
your photo posts always are blessings ...
Enjoyed the pictures, Beautiful country. Thanks for sharing.
I always liked going to Miya Jima Island and hiking to the top of the mountain. It was always a great trip and hiked it several times. Also liked the shrines on Miya Jima. Caught a snake on the hike one time and showed it to a Japanese fellow hiking down the trail. All I got out of him was it wasn't good just before he took off running. Guess he didn't like snakes.
stunning photos- thanks!
Breathtaking, thanks for sharing your playground with us!
Beautiful! I especially love the last photo of the spring.
You never fail to deliver @Takashi kajihara , thanks for posting!
As usual, great post! Thanks for sharing a piece of your green world with us.
Thanks for sharing! Enjoyed the pictures, Beautiful country.
And a lot like our landscape here in western Washington with ferns, maples, and cedars.
I assume that is a cedar next to that temple...(?)
and what do they have growing in that orchard?
Thanks for sharing!
Wa doko desu ka?