Monday, March 26, 2018

One day Trip to Aso-Area etc;

One day Trip to Aso-Area with old fried
Although it is after Noyaki (open burning) not greenery season, we enjoyed the short trip.  The first two picture (second one is collage) was from Kusasenri
The wide landscape with sweet horses was fantastic
                                                    *Famous Spring*

         *We enjoyed  Kurokawa-Hot Spring*
I felt really "Thankful" for the wonderful relaxing time.

Birds and White Plum
On a rainy day last week, Brown-eared Bulbul and Japanese White-eye came to have oranges♪  
White Plum was from early this month taken around same day with the pink one of my former post. Blooming beside the "Do It Yourself" store ;-)

       Hope that with the comfortable season, you all are doing well; See You Soon;

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Su-sieee! Mac said...

It looks rather relaxing and tranquil there. Cheers!

Betty Crow said...

I enjoy seeing trees in bloom. Nice reminder of spring. Enjoyed your post.

Tamago said...

What a gorgeous landscape. I've never been to Kyushu, but if I ever do, I'd love to visit Aso area. Spring and sceneries with water look very refreshing. I love the mossy roof at hot spring. Glad you had a nice relaxing time :-)
Birds and flowers are so beautiful. Oranges you put up seem very popular :-) Lucky birds to get to enjoy yummy fruits!
Have a wonderful new week, Miyako san xo

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love seeing those horses too. It's so nice to get out like that and see different views. Enjoy your week!

Cathy Keller said...

Lovely photos especially the ones of the birds! They are so colorful! Thank you

Gillena Cox said...

How sweet the birds having an orange feast.

Happy Mosaic Monday

much love...

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Angie said...

I can see why you enjoyed the hot spring ... lovely and tranquil.

I am looking forward to the fruit trees blooming here ... and the return of more birds. In the meantime, I am living through your photos.

Maggie said...

What lovely things you've shared with the MM crowd this week, dear Miyako. Your mosaics are very interesting, gorgeous blossom and birds. Have a wonderful week!

Murthy K v v s said...

Lovely captures.The birds with fruits..speechless.

Kay L. Davies said...

The first photos, with the horses, could easily be Western Canada!
I am intrigued by the fruit on the trees. For the birds to eat? Or...?
My favourite photo is the one with the water, taken from under a roof. The reflections are beautiful!
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Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

So peaceful and beautiful! What a nice trip with a friend.

Fun60 said...

Looks a very enjoyable day trip.

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Miyako,
What a lovely trip through special landscape indeed!
How lovely the moss on the roof, looks so nice.
Your bird photos are excellent!

Photo Cache said...

Interesting to know that birds like orange slices. I probably try that.

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riitta k said...

The hot spring looks so peaceful & inviting. The cherry / plum blooms are gorgeous. Wishing you a Happy Easter!

As to my question the other day, I'll link to your Calligraphy-posts on 16th of April & send you the link. I figured out that it is ok. Thank you Miyako <3

A Colorful World said...

Gorgeous spring flowers and birds! What a wonderful place to visit. I would love to go to a Hot Springs some time. Loved seeing the horses too.

Rambling Woods said...

Hello Miyako from a cold New York where I saw some snowflakes.. What a beautiful area to be able to visit...Michelle

eileeninmd said...

Hello Miyako, I love the pretty scenery and horses. Did you go for a ride?
Relaxing in the hot-spring sounds just wonderful. Pretty captures of the birds
and beautiful blooms. Thanks so much for linking up your post. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!