Filed under JAPAN PHOTOGRAPHY
Tagged as Momiji (Acer trees), Shinjuku, the beauty of december light, Tokyo, Winter Cherry Blossom
I have never been to Shinjuku Gyoen Park. i was reading about it the other day. I dont know how I have missed going there. But now its a must see. So beautiful right in the middle of Shinjuku. Thanks for posting these photos and that little harbinger of spring to come in the middle of winter. so gorgeous
Yesterday I woke up and felt like going there before a party in the evening, and the light was so lovely. Truly an oasis in that concrete jungle.
What a lovely pictorial post! Just what I needed to see after a frenetic day.
I thought just pictures would be nice for a change. Glad the timing was right!
Gorgeous….wish I were there!
I’m sure Central Park is nicer…
Did we go there when you came? I can’t remember. Let’s have a picnic in June.
How very lovely. I am one of the few who loves the scent of paperwhite narcissus, at least when they first open, and this is a good reminder to get some bulbs, which somehow I failed to remember earlier in the season.
In my home town we have exquisite skies and majestic mountains, but not that much green, so it’s wonderful to see your images.
Are these papewhites? They smelled quite stunning. Fresh, but animalic. Truly narcotic. That one flower, it was in my coat pocket, and even though my nose is blocked because I have a cold, this morning when I was rootling for something I got a sudden apparition of deep narcissus smell.
Narcissus and mountains sounds amazing as well….
Such glorious pictures! I wish I were there right now, so very beautiful. I love all the photos and one could just about feel the aroma of the narcissus. Please feel free to post photos anytime, they really brighten my day and I am sure others as well.
Glad to hear it!
You grant us such pleasure!
(I’m woefully remiss in not commenting. Mea culpa.)
Reading you is a quiet joy. Happy belated birthday, my dear ❤
– Ida (aka Chayaruchama)
I love it when people suddenly appear from their private cocoons. Thank you. Anyone saying to me ‘reading you is a quite joy’ is a very beautiful medicine.
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