This is the spring of Japan. I've been taking photos of Ume blossoms these days, which is one of the symbols of the early spring. And this yellow flower, usually called Canola flowers, also tells the arrival of spring in Japan. Shinjuku Central Park has a small space for the Canola flowers so I tried to capture the moment of this spring.
The hardest point was that the space was so small that some obstacles always appeared into my photos. You will easily find that the right side of the photo above looks bluish gray. This is actually a white sheet for cultivating this space. I sat down on my heels and looked up to change the background, only to find that the background gained other artificial objects such as pillars and signboards.
I love this photo in the point that the warm color stands out more thanks to the cold color on the right. But this is not what I meant. I want to show the world full of warm spring.
I moved around the space, and stood up and sat down. Then I finally found the place where the background can be full of Canola flowers. This is what I meant!