Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Ten days difference of Spring;

             This month, I happened to visit our city park on 10th & 21st
     I wish to show you the little different angle of this year's spring in the park.

*From April 10th's visit*
We still could see some cheery blossoms.



Our city developed with a coal-mine industry, tower behind is a memorial hall.
Field mustard was still blooming there. 





*From April 21st's visit*
Blossoms of the cherry trees were all gone.

I loved all these arrangement of pansies and sweet heart-shape.  

There were another flowers blossoming beautifully.  See you around weekend.
So late for linking, but I'm linking this post to Today’s flowers  
 Nature Notes, and Thursday Favorite Things 
Thank you very much for stopping by;

21 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Hello Miyako.. what a pretty park. The flowers and displays are so pretty. Neat shot of the coal train..Thanks for sharing your visit. Have a happy week ahead!

✿ chica said...

Flores tão lindas! Adorei! Ótima semana! beijos,chica

Michiko Johnson said...

Dearest Miyako san!
You can make a difference plant native plants. Nature Notes.
Soientist with these project.
Miyako san! yahari sensai desune.
Watashi mo yoroshiku onegai ytashimasu!
Have a nice day!
Michiko

EG CameraGirl said...

The gardens are lush and colourful!

Claudia Moser said...

Love spring flowers

TexWisGirl said...

wow! they really tend that park well! so beautiful!

MaysaAndSunshine said...

Gorgeous park, look at all the different colors. I wish my yard looks like this, would be so nice to look out the window to see beautiful flowers everyday.

Tamago said...

Hi Miyako san. This is really beautiful park and very well-taken care of! I love they arranged flowers in heart-shape. How sweet :-) I can see cherry blossoms turned all green by April 21 visit. There are lots of dogwood trees here, but they have become mostly green by now as well.
Thank you for sharing such beautiful flowers. Have a lovely week, Miyako san :-)

Karen said...

Beautiful blooms and such a well maintained park!

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Miyako,
Love those clouds of blossoms on the cherry trees. Once they're gone it fills in with those green leaves and the magic is gone... Other flowers are still coloring the scene pretty though!
Hugs,
Mariette

Gail Dixon said...

What a beautiful and colorful place! I can see why you like visiting. Your photos are amazing!!

Roan said...

Hi Miyako, The gardens are beautiful! I enjoy seeing all of the colorful spring flowers! Fantastic park!

Draffin Bears said...

Dear Miyako,

What beautiful gardens and park you visited - so much colour.
Thanks for taking us along.
Love the pansies and the sweet heart.
Happy week
hugs
Carolyn

Carole M. said...

very colourful and more 'westernized' it seems. Beautiful still

sarah said...

The beautiful well-kept flowers in the park. I like the blue flower ( I don't know its name)in the third picture. Speaking of coal mine, you are living in Ube city,I wonder.
Have a nice day!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I love this post -- the contrast over such a short period is so interesting. Spring is such a season of change! That is a beautiful park...wonderful flowers.

Rambling Woods said...

Hello Miyako. Welcome to Nature Notes. I am so happy to have a visitor from Japan and you are my first.

The flowers are so beautiful and arranged so nicely. It makes me happy to see all the color as it is cold here again with some snow and I am waiting for my garden to grow. Michelle from Nature Notes.

Lady Lilith said...

Nice shots. Looks like a great place for the kids to play.

Arija said...

After the blossoms leave the cherry trees, their green leaves provide an even better backdrop for the colourful bedding plants.

LindyLou Mac said...

What a lovely post, your Spring seems a little in advance of ours here in the UK, as cherry blossom still out. Thankyou for your recent follow of my photo blog so much appreciated. :)

Ann said...

your park is gorgeous!!!
xoxoxo