Cherry Flowers “SAKURA” in Full Bloom in Northern JAPAN

A River, Sakura, and Gozu Ridges

Cherry Trees and Mountain Behind that is Ninoji-Dake

Cherry Trees on a River Bank

Cherry Trees on a River Bank

Sakura Flowers in Close Look

Behind the Rice Field is Gozu Mountains

I have been busy for so long. That is all for today.

Bird Feeding in Winter

This morning I found there was a lot of Snow in my garden.

I removed snow to get to the Bird Feeding Place.

They are very careful against Human Kind. If I get closer to take a photo, they will immediately fly away.

I hope they can survive this winter.

A Rare Fine Day in Northern Japan, Niigata

Mountains of Eburisashi, Ninoji, and Iide (left to right)

Part of Iide Mountain

A Couple of Ducks on Koagano River

Just Behind the River is Pear Orchard

I have just found that Narcissus Flowers are Blooming at the Edge of my Garden.

That’s it for yesterdays’ photos.

I found that it’s Already December. But Let me Upload Photos of November

I set up a Feeding Place for Sparrows so that They can Survive Winter

Daikon, or Japanese Radish from my Garden. They can surely help me cut the cost of living

Slices of Salty Egg Plants and Small Tomato; I just wanted them to be colorful on the Supper Table.

Green Vegetables in my Garden. They are Strong against Cold. But once covered with Snow, I don’t want to dig them out of the snow.

Lunar Eclipse on November Eighth; I should have used a Tripod, though the tripod is being used to fix a web-camera for my online classes of Japanese language

There are Two types of Camellia: Tsubaki and Sazanka. I cannot tell the differences between the two, though.

I planted a “High-class” Persimmon Five years ago. At last I got just one Persimmon this year. I succeeded on getting rid of bitterness by applying strong alcohol on top. It became So SWEET!!!

Photographs Taken on November Nineteenth Twenty-Twenty Two

Iide Mountain Between Fukushima and Niigata Prefectures in JAPAN

Chrysanthemum Flowers are still Blooming in my Gardens

Actually People in Niigata eat Chrysanthemum Petals. But this is not to eat, but is Ornamental

Colorful and Bright Flowers Last Short by Winter’s coming

Grilled Horse Mackerel

These photos were taken on November 19, 2022. I don’t have time to write some comments today because my job is still busy. Soon I have to prepare for the final examination for my students.