December 29, 2010

After the Party


 There still seems to be a bit of fall left in Tokorozawa. I love how these ginkgo leaves are scattered about like confetti. Maybe mother nature was celebrating something...

12 comments:

Louis la Vache said...

Indeed! Like confetti! Very nice, Kaori!

Becky said...

I like this post a lot. First, a detail...then the big picture. Great shot!

VP said...

Our leaves are long gone now, after so much cold, rain and even a bit of snow!

Al said...

I love these leaves - the shape of that first one is exquisite!

To answer your question on my blog, generally people leave their lights up for a week or two after Christmas. But I already took mine down since we've got some bitter cold (-22° C) and snow on the way, whereas some people leave them up for a month or more, which I think is too long.

Mo said...

And I love the nuts roasted.

Leif Hagen said...

A leaf - rhymes with beef.

A Leif - rhymes with safe.

Dani said...

I love ginkgo leaves. Very beautiful photos.

Enjoy the holidays!

T. Becque said...

I've been trying to get leaf shots for a couple of days but haven't been successful like you! Very nice!

Elettra said...

I wish you 12 months of happiness, serenity 52 weekend, 365 days of love, 8760 hours of peace 525600 minutes of success, 31536000 seconds of friendship

NYC In Photographs said...

Those leaves have a very interesting shape. Great shots!

Have a gret New Year!

Tall Gary said...

It looks like this lacquerware artist found inspiration in your photos. But, you know, I like the design of your photos a lot better.

xlpharmacy said...

It is the first time that I see that a flower comes out with its stem. It looks even more elegant.

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