Thursday, July 23, 2015

Summer Camellia and Fence;

We call "Stewartia pseudocamellia"  "Summer Camellia, natu-tubaki. 夏椿in Japanese.  Header is made from this  illustration page and with last year's picture.
As I wrote last year in this page, I was so facilitated to know we can find this flower 'sou-rin-ji temple; 宗隣寺'' (link to my post of the temple)  located in my city.  Went there on 2nd this month;  like last year, I missed the full blooming period (^^;)  



*Here are the pictures of the temple with some fences*
I tried to post the different pictures from last year. Entrance of the temple and the stone stairs to the entrance. 


Linking this post to "Good Fences", "Floral Friday Fotos", 
and "TODAY'S FLOWERS", 

Since this Monday, lots of things required my attention.  Haven't been able to visit any friends...   One of the them was new cell-phone.  Made lots of calls to use it efficiently p:-) 
      Just a little weariness, Hope you all are doing fine♡♡♡  See You Soon!!!

17 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Hello Miyako, the Camelia blooms are beautiful. I love the images. Pretty shots of the temple's entrance. The trees and greenery are lovely. Have a happy day!

Sussi said...

Lovely!

Hannah said...

The Summer Camellia blooms look a lot like my Tea plant blooms, Camellia sinensis, which are very small but also white. The temple has lovely walls and fences, and the last photo with the little garden makes me think of an island, surrounded by sand, and the little tree and shrubs, and pillar are so well-designed.

Brocante hobbykamer said...

Very nice!

Linda Kay said...

Miyako, these are such beautiful and delicate flowers, and so appropriate for the temple. Have a wonderful day, my friend. Hugs from Texas.

TexWisGirl said...

hope you got the cell phone straightened out. :) lovely temple entrance. the blooms remind me of fried eggs with yolk and egg-whites. :)

bj said...

Like TEX, I was thinking the flowers look like eggs. :)
Beautiful photos of lovely country. Thank you for sharing....

Tamago said...

What lovely summer camellia! I can't help but thinking about sunny- side up eggs...I guess I love eating too much :-)Photos of temple are very lovely, too. The zen garden is beautiful!
It always takes time to get used to new stuff but I hope you enjoy your new cell phone :-)
Have a wonderful day, Miyako san!

Ida said...

Such a delicate beauty that camilla is. - Quite lovely.
Your temples are as well and they have beautiful fences.

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Miyako,Lovely summer Camellia and I must compliment you for your artistic headers all the time!
Lovely photos.'
Hugs,
Mariette

Michiko Johnson said...

I can see of the different picture the temple's are all over in every years.
you are all ways doing different it efficently nice way Miyako san!
Your dreams of brighten good heart!
Otosan to always happy times
We having raining it most of time cold time.
Michiko

Margaret Adamson said...

SO SO beautiful

Michiko Johnson said...

Dear Miyako San!
You having a very busy wih almoat few days..for us I just wonder why jut a lettle wearings I hope you having a Lovely weekend for your familey.
We having a so much raining almost every days..
Michiko

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Such a beautiful garden; we have visited three or four Japanese Gardens here in the States and they are so wonderfully done, peaceful and calming. And I am sure the ones in Japan are even more lovely.

That is a beautiful camellia.

I know what you mean about being tired after getting a new phone. I am frustrated and tired whenever we get any new technical 'gadget'. There is always so much to learn (and always the feeling that there is more to learn that I am not using.)

Míriam Luiza said...

Que lugar lindo!

NC Sue said...

These look quite different from our camelia blooms, which are packed with many petals like a rose. Very pretty!
Please come link up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/07/variations.html

Nick V. said...

Delightful shots, Miyako San. Japan is one of the countries I've always wanted to visit, maybe one day soon...
Thank you for joining us on Floral Friday Fotos. I look forward to your next contribution.