*Higann-bana (Equinox flower or red spider lily) post again*
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For the word 'higan' please refer to my previous post. Through PC, I found a temple where this seasonal flowers are blooming just an hour and a half drive away from home; never been there before. My pictures got too bright but I hope you can enjoy them :-)
|Viewing the entrance from a bit of above;|
|The lady is not me, there were some people with cameras taking photos.|
I thought these lots of weeping cherry trees would be beautiful with blossoms.
Well, looking forward to visiting next spring if I can.
I thought I was right choosing weekday to go,
so there were not so many people to enjoy the view.
*Kūkai (空海) or Kōbō-Daishi and Goddess of Kannon*
Upper Left→ Kōbō-Daishi who was a Japanese monk, poet, and artist, founder of the Shingon etc;
Upper Right→ Statue of the Goddess of Kannon with thirty three little others. I was surprised to know from the sign that these Kannon especially have power for avoiding to get senile. I prayed for it for both of us.
*Pictures of fences*
|The temple located a bit up the hill and we drove the path with wood fence;|
|I hope these Higan flowers can be seen kind of fencing the rice paddy;|
|This lovely girl (her name is Mei) greeted me at the parking lot♪|
*Extra two Flowers*
The Anthurium on the right is birthday present from my cousins along with other goodies last week when we had lunch.
I found the roses on the left with lower than a dollar for each when I was buying flowers for the graves on Equinox Day. And they are with my new Dynabook 8.1(toshiba) which gave me hard time p:)