28 April 2008

Laughing in the rain

Just a personal opinion though, I thought blue sky never fails to give pictures an amplified boost. =)

In Spring, snow-capped mountains are slowly restoring their original blue top. If the weather is bad, it is not easy to detect this feature at all as the moutains will be heavily husked with haze.

Taking a walk along the Lake Suwako is a delight especially in Spring and Autumn. Besides blooming in Spring, Sakura trees are dyed with amazing red and gold for an autumn trend.

There are times when blue skies fail to hold long enough, but they'd never rob the beauty of nature anyway.


Bed of Narcisscus with a Sakura backdrop.

There is a scene of sky after a rainstorm, that I would never forget. The clouds were dramatically folded into countless layers with distinct tones of grey, it was like having several zones of skies within the entire one! I was a teenager then when I caught the sight, and it never left my mind since then.

I hope that I'll be able to capture something close like that, in my lifetime.

It was drizzling again this day, but we were laughing in the rain. =) I hope that rainy days don't rob your reason for having a cheerful heart. Smile, have a blessed week ahead!


Ladybird said...

wow..wonderful narcisscus pictures! I have never seen a bed of narcisscus before! Really like the last picture :) .

Magnolia Wedding Planner said...

Wow those daffodiles are gorgeous!! Thanks darling for these stunning photos you live in a fantastic place! a bigggg huggg dear!

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

WOW... I cannot believe the field of daffodils. That is incredible. I have seen little bunches of them but never so many in such a huge amount. That is beautiful. I can imagine they must take good care of these each year in cleaning them up and preparing them.... what a job that must be. WOW!

stay-at-home mum said...

You are so blessed to be able to enjoy all those beautiful flowers . Thanks so much for sharing those pics with us. They are really so beautiful!

bp said...

That whole bed of Narcissus takes my breath away!

Stardust said...

Hello Ladybird,
Thank you! I love the last picture too.

Hi Silvia,
I wish the gorgeous flowers last. Sadly, they don't last very long actually.

Hi Michele,
You're absolutely right. I appreciate the effort of the planters, lotsa work and sweat!

Hi Stay at home mum,
Hmm... I'm reminded to give thanks for such blessings indeed. Thank you for dropping by and the kind words.