Monday, May 21, 2018

Roses from City Airport and birds;




Roses from the City Airport
In the middle of this month, I went to see Roses which were blooming Gorgeously at city airport.  You can see the wavy Eaves (hope the right word)  which is the trademark of the airport♪  Many people were enjoying the varieties of types and colors of them. (sorry for the space below, couldn't fix it)

"Some Zoomed Pictures"



"I really enjoyed the beauty and felt  Thankful for the staff"

Sparrows , Japanese Woodpecker and Duck
The first picture below was from fall of the last year in the rice paddy before the Rice Reaping. As I could take the bit well-taken second picture, I  thought I would use here. 
























Wishing to start visiting you later.
Have a wonderful Spring or Autumn season and  New Week♪ 

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18 comments:

Linda Kay said...

Miyako, what a beautiful display of colors of Spring! So enjoyable. I've been out for a while, so am back to see all your lovely blogs.

Anonymous said...

The wavy roof lines at the airport I like very much!! Beautiful flowers - I like especially the last unusual one on the right side, before the last big pink roses. Smiling at your view of the multititude of sparrows - that must have made your day. As always a wonderful post for All Seasons, Miyako. Thank you! and have a great week:)
Jesh

Tamago said...

I really love the wavy eaves. They give very pleasant impression :-) And what beautiful roses! They look like in full bloom. It’s great to see an airport filled with so many colorful flowers! Love the photos of cute birdies, too!
Have a wonderful new week, Miyako san!

Powell River Books said...

Very beautiful for an airport environment. They are usually very stark, even dirty looking, around here. - Margy

Angie said...

I agree with Margy; airports in the US are not very pretty, especially the outside - they could certainly take a lesson from your airport! Fabulous collection of roses, and very well captured by you!

Sussi said...

lovely!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Beautiful airport -- I've never ever seen one as wonderfully landscaped. Those roses (your pictures up close) are incredible. And always love your sweet birds.

riitta k said...

What a beautiful selection of rose varieties. Plenty to admire! Your bird photos are always so cute. Wishing you a sunny week.

a rich tapestry said...

The many roses growing as a display at the airport are colourful. They must be a welcome sight at a busy place for visitors and travellers.

Rambling Woods said...

Hello Orchid....Happy afternoon to you...Wow..The airport is so beautiful with all the flowers...Love the birds too...Michelle

Michelle said...

The wavy roof at the airport is unusual! I do like it! Not something I see here. Lovely flowers. Thank you for linking up today!

Betty Crow said...

Roses are my favorite flower and you sure found some beauties.

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Miyako,
Wow, love the wavy eaves and those roses are a dream.
But what else caught my attention? Those tall palm trees with their fronds waving in the wind.
Your region must be mild, like our southern part of Florida. We do have some palm trees in our area but not many varieties survive the sporadic frost. Some winters are mild but than comes a very cold one...
Sending you hugs,
Mariette

Latane Barton said...

Those roses are incredible. So pretty and I bet they smelled good too.

A Colorful World said...

Gorgeous flowers! beautiful! And I love the little sparrows!

Margaret Adamson said...

The Rose bloooms are magnificent and i love the little birds also. I hope you have a wonderful weekend

eileeninmd said...

Hello Miyako, the roses at the airport are beautiful. Many varieties and colors, they must be well cared for at the airport. The first shot of the sparrow is awesome, that is a big flock. Cute duck and woodpecker. Beautiful photos. Thank you so much for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your day and weekend!

Anni said...

Thanks for linking up this week!