“Ryujin-no-taki” is a waterfall in the Yumori Campsite and is designated as Gifu Prefecture’s famous water.It is said to change color seven times a day, and the beautiful blue waterhole creates mystery.A waterfall walkway is maintained up to the waterfall.
The picture above is “Ryujin Falls” taken in summer.I took it from the Takino Observatory around the evening.The fresh green and the blue of the water were beautiful, and the scenery was soothing.The trees were overgrown and all in the shade, so it was easy to shoot because there was no place that seemed overexposure.
The photo above is “Ryujin Falls” taken in winter.The snowscape and the blue of the water are very beautiful.This time, the leaves have fallen, so sunlight has been inserted into the bridge.It was difficult to shoot because the part of the bridge was overexposed.
“Soki Park” is located on the border of Gifu and Aichi prefectures.It has been selected as one of “33 Hida / Mino Autumn Leaves” as a famous spot for autumn leaves.In particular, “Sakasa Momiji” is famous, and the view of the illuminated autumn leaves on the surface of the water is a breathtaking beauty.There are eight ponds in the park, where maple, ginkgo, and azaleas are planted.
The above photo is the illuminated landscape of Sogi Park in 2018.The autumn leaves reflected on the surface of the water are beautiful.When I first went to shoot, the pond looked very deep, but when I looked at it during a bright time the following year, it seemed to be about 50 cm, and it seemed to be unexpectedly shallow, so I was a little relieved.
Gifu’s Machu Picchu / Tenku tea plantations are located in the Kamigaryu district of Ibigawa-cho, Ibi-gun, Gifu prefecture, and are known as the producers of “Kagega tea.”It is located at a height of more than 300 meters above sea level, and the tea plantations and villages that open up in the mountains make it a Machu Picchu-like landscape.To the observatory, climb a steep mountain road in about 10 minutes.
Tsukechikyo is a gorge located in Tsukechi, Nakatsugawa City, Gifu Prefecture.Famous for its clear and clear stream, you can see countless waterfalls of all sizes in addition to Fudo Falls.It has been selected as “100 selections of forests in the forest”, “50 selections of famous water in Gifu prefecture” and “33 selections of Hida and Mino autumn leaves”.
The photo above is Fudo Falls.It’s about a 10-minute walk from the parking lot, but you’ll need a little physical strength because you’re going down the steep stairs.The water color of the waterfall was so beautiful that I was healed just by looking at it.
The suspension bridge at the end of Fudo Falls was very popular, and there was a long line before it crossed.I think I waited about 50 minutes.Tsukechikyo was also a wonderful place full of nature.
Monet’s pond is a reservoir on the side of the approach to Nedo Shrine in Itabtori, Seki City, Gifu Prefecture.Monet’s pond is a popular name, and as the name suggests, it is a beautiful pond like the painting “Monet’s Pond”.
The picture above is the scenery of Monet’s pond.The water was highly transparent, and the beautiful scenery of brightly colored carps and aquatic plants.I took the picture early in the morning, but it seems that the carp will not be active unless the sun begins to rise, according to the story of a person who was feeding the carp locally.Is it because it’s cold?
It’s a private pond, but I liked the scenery I saw with the lens rather than the eyes.When I passed through the lens, the ripples of the water looked like an oil painting and it was beautiful.Many people were visiting even in the early morning.I was healed by the wonderful scenery.
Sugisugi no Mori is located in the 21st Century Forest Park in Seki City, Gifu Prefecture.It seems that the stock of cedar, which has an unusual appearance, has grown into a new trunk after felling and has been repeated until it has become the current shape.
The above picture was taken in Suginomori.Since it is not close to the stock cedar, it will be taken from the sidewalk.With the lens I own, I couldn’t fit all the way up, so it was a landscape I wanted to shoot with a wide-angle lens.
Although it feels like a deep forest, it is about a 5 minute walk from the parking lot to the asphalt slope, and it is a further 5 minute walk down the mountain road to the vicinity of the stock cedar.It’s my personal impression, but it was a spot I liked more than I could imagine because it’s easy to go and take pictures of mountain trails.