Thursday, October 20, 2016

A Saxophone player, Critters, Flowers and Fence;


Amazing Saxophone Player 
This is not my first time to introduce this young Saxophone Player.  Although he played flute, Soprano and Tenor saxophone, not Alto on this stage, it was amazing to know that he can play all three kinds of Saxophones♫♫♫  "Soprano. Alto. Tenor"  
  


These pictures below (with Fall atmosphere)are for Fridays Hunt and SEASONS;
Wandering Glider with Saxophone 
The illustration below was the header I prepared for this butterfly thinking to put it at the top :-)   In the middle of last month, lots of this Wandering Glider was flying in front of my house. I tried to take pictures or video, but not successful. My husband caught me two of them and I took pictures with his saxophone and heavenly bamboo.  Of course, we released them later.

Hope you can see the two little ones :-)

*From "Satoyama biotoup Futamatase” *
Rhyothemis fuliginosa;  Japanese name is 'cho-tonbo 蝶トンボ,・butterfly dragonfly'.  Light made the one in the first picture blackish: 'Ortherum Albistylum' on the right.

*Flowers and Ducks(Mallad) found at Neighborhood River*
                         "Asiatic dayflower" and "Bush clover"


So sorry for late linking for Wednesday link;
 I need to go to my late parents' empty house today.
 Try visiting you before teaching class and Have a great rest of the week. 

PS; I have a next year's calendar gift on Oct. 8th post, still works :-)

23 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

beautiful ducks, blooms. love that rustic gate. talented young man!

eileeninmd said...

Hello, Miyako! It is nice to see the talented Sax player.
I love your dragonfly images, just beautiful. Happy Thursday, have a great day!

Tamago said...

This young player sounds very talented. How nice you got to see him play those different kinds of saxophones! I love the photo of saxophone and bamboo. Such a beautiful conbination. And it's even more beautiful with wondering gliders flying around :-)
I don't think I've seen cho-tonbo in person. They are so pretty! I enjoyed all the photos, with your pretty frames and photo arrangements :-) Have a grat day, Miyako san xoxo

riitta k said...

I always enjoy your cheerful and visually beautiful posts Miyako! He is a talented young man, I admire. I admire also your dragonfly photos, talent needed with them too! That white clover bush looks so lovely & fresh. Thank you so much for sharing at my blog! Hugs 💕

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Denise inVA said...

Dear Miyako, I think it is wonderful this young man has such a wonderful talent. I enjoyed all your photos as always, and thank you for sharing this lovely post with Today's Flowers :) Denise x

Ida said...

Sounds like he is a very talented young musician.
Enjoyed your Dragonfly shots, the pretty flowers (love the blue color) and your good fences. It's always a pleasure to stop by your wonderful blog.

Margaret Adamson said...

Lovely and unusual Dragonflies. would have been lovely to hear that Sax

Les Fous du Cap said...

Très jolies photos ;-)
Céline & Philippe

Breathtaking said...

Hello Miyako!:) What an amazingly talented young man. Just loved your dragonfly images, the Mallards, and pretty flowers, and the special way you have of presenting all your photos is delightful.
Have a great weekend!:)

eileeninmd said...

Hello Miyako, thanks so much for linking up your post with the beautiful dragonflies and the cute ducks. Wonderful photos. Have a happy day and weekend!

Villrose said...

A beautiful post you made! Colors - music - everything :)

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

It is so beautiful in your area this time of year. Wonderful glimpses of nature -- I'm glad the terrible storms did not do any damage to your neighborhood

Maggie said...

Dear Orchid, your mosaics as always are quite captivating, I don't know how you manage to photograph butterflies so well, I always enjoy visiting your part of the world on Mondays. Happy MM!
Maggie

Marie C said...

Just amazing photos! Love the glider and the other dragonfly and butterfly shots! The sax player is wonderful! I love seeing your arrangements of things as well. Great post!

jeannettestgermain said...

I enjoy music, and the sax is one of my favorite instrument. One of my girls played that as a teen:) Great captures, and the one of the dragon fly on the edge of the leaf is sooo wonderful! Many thanks for sharing these experiences with ALL SEASONS! Have a happy week:)

happywonderer.com said...

Lots of talent here and beautiful images.

Lorrie said...

The blue dragonfly is a gorgeous little things - I've never seen one like it. It's always special to listen to live music, and a saxophone has such a mellow sound. Lovely post.

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

May we display your header on our new site directory? As it is now, the site title (linked back to your home page) is listed, and we think displaying the header will attract more attention. In any event, we hope you will come by and see what is going on at SiteHoundSniffs.com.

edenhills said...

Beautiful images! What a talented young man. Love the bugs! Thanks so much for joining Friday's Hunt. Hope you have a great week!

Anni said...

What a lovely post...we have music to listen too while we view your lovely wildlife and flowers. Great photo of the ducks!!

I'm a bit late visiting this week, but I wanted to send along my thanks for sharing this with us birders at I'd Rather B Birdin'. Hope your day is a happy one.

Nick V. said...

Beautiful post!
Thanks for taking part in the Floral Friday Fotos meme.

Rambling Woods said...

Good afternoon Miyako...it is cold and rainy so I really enjoyed your nature photos and of the young musician. I know how hard it is to take care of things after a parent dies... There are so many memories yet sad that you won't see them again.. Sending hugs to you..Michelle