morning walk

It’s a fun season to get up early in the morning and go for a walk. The temperature is as cold as 9 degrees, but it feels good. Autumn leaves are advancing day by day. I’m shooting only the prominent parts, so it’s flashy, but overall it’s still about 30%.
As of now, the number of infected people in Japan is small and stable, so customers from the Tokyo period come to my gallery. I am very happy and grateful for the reunion after a long absence.

Autumn colors

Of course I like the autumn leaves of maple leaves, but I like the autumn leaves of cherry blossoms.

I went to Fushimi Inari again to pray for business prosperity.There was a place with a good view on the way. When I looked up, I saw a cloud iridescence.

Below are some photos of the autumn leaves taken in another place the next day. The temple is located in a relatively cool place in the mountains, but it was still about 30% of the autumn colors. It seems to be cold tomorrow morning. Autumn leaves are likely to advance. Around November 13th may be good.

Floating on the full moon

Paeonia obovata
Seen from a close distance, the plant looks very impressive, but it still has a wonderful presence. It has an overwhelming presence.
It suddenly became cold. It expresses the atmosphere of a full moon, which is associated with the warmth of autumn fruits and the cold winter.

I don’t think anyone will believe it , but I wrote the lyrics for this song a long time ago. And it was used as BGM for TV commercials of pharmaceutical companies. It was composed by a friend of mine. Someone please use this song again!!

Scenery seen in a chawan

The firing result, which cannot be expressed in words, is the greatest attraction of the wood-fired kiln.
There are various colors and textures in 360 degrees. It is a chawan with many highlights.
But sometimes it is reminiscent of real-life landscapes that we have seen in the past. The scenery in my heart. The chawan that reminds me of something and makes me feel is wonderful.

Karatsu Yohen Kofuku Chawan Size(cm) W11.3 H8