Every full moon perches in the sky over the back balcony.
A sign on the side of an old resort.
The view from our back window
Icicles formed from condensation water coming from the hot water vent over our door.
A double exposure of the cable car. It runs between Gora station and Sounzan just beside Number Two Hill.
Daimonji mountain in its fall splendor.
Sunset on the mountain.
Snow on a bamboo fence post.
The cable car tracks in the snow. A maintenance worker is clearing the snow from the switch mechanism.
Sounjigoku in the snow as seen from the north walkway.
Sounjigoku take from the dam.
A long exposure of the newest hot spring vent.
Freshly ground coffee done in the siphon coffee maker is always a treat.
Leaves in the parking lot.
Backlit steam just before sunset. They have been working on the retaining wall, so you can see scaffolding.
Part of the Hakone Museum complex as seen from outside the fence.
Bamboo in the snow.
Mt. Soun in the snow as seen from our balcony.
This is the pacific ocean viewed from the Sounzan parking lot, a 5 minute walk from our apartment.
This maple tree is right in front of our apartment and gives us lots of pleasure every fall.
The newest hot spring vent in the low clouds.
The maple tree across the street.
A pine tree in back of the Hakone Museum.
The road that parallels the back of the apartment.
Our car, viewed from the dining room window.
This maple tree in front of the resort across the street gives us much pleasure every year.
Seishi and Kurozaki San in front of the apartment. It was taken from our living room window.
Trees on the north side of the apartment. This is a 5 exposure image.
The view from the little writing desk off the living room.
The kitchen - dining area taken with a fisheye lens.
Daimonji from Hill #2.
A manhole cover
The town of Gora and Daimonji, taken from the dam.
Sounzan, seen from our front window on a foggy day.
The view from the back bedroom