These beautiful birds live at a particular spot along the west shore of Ashinoko. We look for them every time we go.
A small natural waterfall on the Haya river
A Japanese house in the pampas grass fields
Bamboo in the rain
A water skimmer
Trees in the summer
I love the greens and browns of the cedar tree forests.
Man made water fall on the Haya river
This is the view from our back bedroom.
Layers of green
Lotus seed pod
At the botanical marshland
The west shore of Lake Ashi
Just before the storm
A few minutes later, we were in the midst of a downpour
Black Eyed Susans near Kamigora Station
Diamonji, as seen from our back window
Lotus leaf in the rain
Seishi in the grass
The Pirate ship in the rain
We walked the length of the lake, then took this ship back to our parked car.
Wild pampas grass in the rain
Hot spring steam in the fog, taken from our front window.
Water lilies at the botanical marshland
A small waterfall along the Haya river
Pampas fields in a heavy downpour
It rains every time we go here.
Maple leaves getting ready for fall
Grass lands in the marsh