Baby deer.It was still small and I was afraid to run away when people approached, so I shot it so that I would not get too close.In the vicinity of Mizutani Chaya in Nara Park, beautiful autumn leaves and cute deer were healed.
Ukimido is a cypress bark that floats on the heron pond in Nara Park, and is an octagonal (hexagonal) style hall.The beautiful appearance on the surface of the water makes it a place to relax on the water.The autumn foliage was illuminated in the morning sunlight, and it was dyed more beautifully in red.There were about 20 cameramen around the time of dawn, and only one popular shooting point was crowded.
Namego Valley is a scenic spot on the R309 (Gyakurin Forest Road) that connects Tenkawa Village and Kamikitayama Village.It is a rare landscape with broadleaf mountain cherry trees blooming only on the ridge of coniferous trees.Cherry blossoms in the spring and trees that turn red in the fall ridge the ridge, creating a dragon climbing scene.
The above picture is the scenery of the Namego Valley in spring.It was a superb view as if a dragon really climbed with the sunrise over the cherry blossoms on the mountain ridge.It is not a bright cherry blossom color because it is a mountain cherry blossom, but I was moved by the scenery that can only be seen here.It looks like you are looking down from a high position, but since it is a mountain ridge approaching the summit toward the back, you are actually looking up.
The above picture is the scenery of the Namego Valley during the fresh green season in May.I took it at dawn, just like the cherry blossoms.The pink part of the cherry tree changes to yellow-green, giving a cute view.This was the first time I saw the landscape of the Namego Valley, so it was very nice and impressed.
Yoshinoyama is densely packed with 30,000 cherry trees of about 200 species.Shimosenbon, Nakasenbon, Kamisenbon, Okusenbon, and so on, in order from the bottom of the mountain to the top of the mountain.Will entertain you.The cherry blossoms are lit up at night according to the blossoming of the cherry blossoms, creating a fantastic atmosphere different from the daytime.
The picture above is the view from the observatory.The mountains are dyed in cherry blossom colors.It was a bright and wonderful landscape.The day I visited for shooting was very crowded with tourists.For sightseeing in Yoshinoyama, you need to be physically fit as you will walk a lot on the slopes.
The above photo was taken at “Hinodezatake”.It was about 2km from the parking lot and about 40 minutes on foot.The mountain trail at night is pitch black, but since it is a gentle slope and stairs, it was easy to walk on paved roads.I walked with a bear bell because it was a habitat for wild animals and black bears, but I heard the sound of animals moving in the bushes.I was happy to see the Milky Way.The starry sky and spruce trees were beautiful scenery.