Thursday, February 5, 2015

City park 2/1. ( part 2) ;

         (Sorry for unmatched header, changed for the new post;)  

For part 2,  many pictures for several links. The lined up birds impressed me :-)

*Birdies (sea gulls) lined up*

Hi, horsy;  what do you think that tiny lady is doing?
Even crows were lined up.
















*Japanese apricot trees just starting to bloom*
          White ones looked blooming earlier than pink one.        
I found one 'Daurian Redstart' looking kind of cold around the apricot trees section.


* Enjoyed the 'Sky Watch' *
This work is called 'Green Fire'




Linking this post to "Good Fences", "Saturday's critters", "Camera-Critters
                                   TODAY'S FLOWERSSkywatchFriday and  "Nature Notes"



Dear Freiends;  
Since on 1st, we were busy having serious talk how we should do with my parents empty house (dealing with the things inside the house etc). And the grave yard also shouldn't be left behind without no one taking care, so we have to think about services performed in perpetuity by my parents Buddhist Monk. Made me feel a bit down, but today I felt a little better visiting a certain exhibition. My common phrase to everyone 'See You Soon'...

Thank you SO much for your sweet visit ♡♡♡


39 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Hello Mioyako, I am sorry you are feeling sad..I love your photos, the birds lined up on the fences are great. It is like they were waiting for you to take their photo.. The Redstart is a beautiful bird.. The sculptures and blossoms are lovely.. Wonderful post and gorgeous photos. Enjoy your day!

Knipsa Passtscho said...

These are all wonderful pictures Miyako! Love the Redstart, it looks cute.
Sorry about your bad feelings xxx
Have a fine day anyway
【ツ】Knipsa

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I love the rows of birds (each kind) in your pretty park. And it really is early spring in your country! The trees are budding and how beautiful they are.

I remember how depressing it was to have to deal with the follow-up a few months after my mother died. It is good you have your husband's support as you make these difficult decisions. And I know you will feel better soon.

Karen S. said...

Good morning! Hello to you and all those dear birds. Birds on a fence! How adorable! A most lovely day for a stroll, it's almost like being there too! Enjoy your day.

TexWisGirl said...

loved this post! love the crows and gulls in line and fence perching. love the sculptures and the 'tiny lady' comment. :) beautiful apricot blooms and gorgeous redstart! your crows are so impressive looking! thanks, miyako!

Giga said...

Interesting birds sat in a row. View, however, already blooming trees are wonderful. Regards.

bailey-road.com said...

The little Redstart is such a beautiful bird.
Love the photos of the park with the sculptures and the rows of birds on the fences.

Tamago said...

Hi Miyako san. The views of many birds lined up together are quite spectacular! Love the horse exhibit. That looks very unique. And the "Green Fire" really looks like flame buring up in the air!
The blooming apricot trees made me feel spring is coming soon :-)

I'm sorry you felt down taking care of your paretns' house and graveyard. Glad you are feeling a little better. I hope you have a relaxing weekend xoxo

Linda Kay said...

Hi there, girfriend Miyako! Love the birds on a fence pictures, as they are delightful. I love your single bird as well all puffed up to keep warm. Glad you are feeling a bit better. Hugs from Texas.

Margaret Adamson said...

Love the shots of the Gulls and Crows lined up on the fence, also the beautiful flowers

Ida said...

Wow these are wonderful. Loved the Seagulls all lined up on the fence as well as the crows. The flowers were so pretty.
Sorry to hear you have had some sad things to deal with. Wishing you smiles & sending you hugs.

Cheryl @ TFD said...

You have some pretty photos for Good Fences and the other memes! Your blog is very pretty, too. Wishing you happier days ahead!

Linda W. said...

Love the bird "line up" shots! And wow, you already have trees blooming.

Mari said...

Hi Miyako, I hope you feel much better. Those pictures are so beautiful. I felt excited seeing blossoms started coming out. How wonderful it is that spring is coming soon.

Felicia said...

lovely fences and birds Miyako.

Keep encouraged.

Marie said...

Gorgeous photos! Love the birds and the flowers!

Spare Parts and Pics said...

Your photos are uplifting! Beautiful selection of shots. I really like the moon shot!

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Miyako,
Guess you are ahead of us with already blooming apricot trees! Wow, I'm longing to some blossoms as well.
Hugs,
Mariette

Light and Voices said...

Your photographs are quite beautiful. I especially liked the birds all in a row.
JM, Illinois-U.S.A.

Pallavi Puri said...

Oh how lovely dear Miyako . The birds sitting in a line look so cute :) love the flowers .. I wish I can see Sakura someday :)
Have a lovely weekend my dear friend .

ladyfi said...

Glad to hear you're feeling a bit more positive!

Lovely shots - I smiled at those birds in a row...

Sussi said...

I know your feelings, having the same things in my mind after my father.

Such a lovely photos of birds and spring blossoms:)

Nora said...

Such a wonderful photo series. I love the colors and the light! Love the tree in bloom also.

fredamans said...

I love all your photos!

Thomas Lee said...

lining up for a show,love the sculpture shot.

eileeninmd said...

Hello Miyako, I am just stopping back to say thank you for linking up and sharing your post.. Have a happy weekend!

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

How nice to see the different birds lined up on fences.
I'm sorry for the sadness involving your parents and hope that the spring blossoms can bring happiness.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

My condolences, Miyako.

I do like how the birds posed for you.
~

Michiko Johnson said...

Miyako San!
Are you feeling the ducks are not alright?
Otosan to have a good times weekend!
Sukoshi okashi weekend desune?
we having a HOT weather was very hot day.
Michiko

Gunilla Bäck said...

Hello dear Miyako, I'm sorry you're feeling a bit down. I love your photos of the birds and the blossoms. Take care!

Magia da Inês said...


Um lugar lindo para um passeio e para belas fotos.

Bom domingo! Bom semana, amiga!
Beijinhos.
⋰˚هჱ

Jane said...

I hope you are feeling better. xx Sending good thoughts.

EG CameraGirl said...

Spring has arrived with the apricot blossoms so maybe you will soon a lot better. I hope so!

Rambling Woods said...

Hello Mikyako.. I am sorry you are feeling sad. My Mother died in 2012 and her house still sits empty owned by the bank. I am so happy that you were able to take some wonderful photos and they made me smile...Michelle

retriever said...

Sweet post , lovely fotos.greeting from Belgium

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Wandering Wren said...

Sorry to hear you were feeling down, hopefully the above comments have also cheered you at this sad time. It's good to see the Cherry Blossoms, flowers are always good for cheer. I liked the Green Fire Sculpture!
Wren x

Susan said...

Hello Miyako, yes I can understand how you would be feeling a little down having to deal with those arrangements.
I'm sending you kind and warm thoughts.

This is a lovely post - the birds all lined up made me smile, and also those early glimpses of blossom, so sweet :D)

Villrose said...

Nice captures of the lined-up birds :-)

Marion K said...

So beautiful pfotos.Especially the blooms.
We have always lots of snow - no blooms :)