Suzan and I went out to shoot just by ourselves in the neighborhood. I am always attracted to the flowers.
The boiled egg shop seen from the hiking trail.
Checking the eggs
A cormorant at Lake Ashi
Suzan by the torii.
Jake eating ice cream again.
One of the many stray cats.
Chris pealing his boiled egg.
One of the many crows we saw. These are a little smaller than the large jungle crows we see in Tokyo.
A water dragon at the shrine.
Jake and Chris at Owakudani. Jake is eating a boiled egg ice cream.
The boiled egg tenders.
I don't know how these guys can breath these vapors all day without getting lung disease.
Another crow. Notice the lack of the big humped forehead.
The sacred tree.
The path alone the lake.
Part of the Owakudani sulfur mines.
Another bush warbler from farther away.
The hiking trail.
Suzan taking a picture of Jake and Chris near the sacred tree at Hakone Shrine.
Hakone shrine's torii in the lake.
A not very good picture of a Japanese bush warbler (nightingale) I have heard them for many years, but this the first time I have been able to get a picture. Suzan found him for me.
Sulfur vapor fissures.
Another bush warbler.
The approach to Hakone shrine.
Lake Ashi at Moto Hakone
There was so much humidity in the air that it was really difficult to see the mountain.