Saturday, December 03, 2011

Autumnal tints - "Momiji"

Hi, thank you so much for your visit and comments.
Now I have been stitching "Zippity Do Da" © La-D-Da.
I just stitched first alphabet "Z". whew...

By the way, here are some photos of autumnal Tins ; Maple-tree calls "Momiji" in Japanese.
I took these photos at the nearest shrine from our house.
I share some photos here.

And here is a photo of Christmas Cactus.
Isn't this beautiful?!

I have two plants of Christmas Cactuses, and now they are full blooming!

Next time I'd like to share some my WIP or something interesting.
Thank you for your visit.

Take care and ((hugs))



Nancy said...

Thank you for sharing these lovely photos Yuko! The trees are magnificent with their colors, and I have always loved Christmas cactuses!

Carmen said...

beautiful photos Yuko!.

Anna van Schurman said...

Funnily enough, this is what my neighborhood looks like. There must have been a fashion for Japanese maples in the 1950s when it was built because everyone has at least one!

cerato said...

Beautiful pics Yuko.

Berit said...

Oh, I adore this post!

What is it about nature (especially「秋」. Is that the correct use of those brackets? Like quotation marks in English?) that makes it so 懐かしい? I have never been to Japan, but still.

Well, autumn is already like that anywhere, I think. But I don't think that "nostalgia", the word we use to render it in english, expresses it as well.