I dropped in at Sojji Temple on my way back to my parents' home. There must be beautiful Hydrangea blooming in June.
I took photos of the Hydrangea of Sojiji Temple at the end of Hydrangea season so my macro photography skill of Hydrangea seemed to have been developed a bit. The photos of the Last year is summarized here. They are, well..., not so bad but not so good.
The first photo is a pair of Hydrangea. I must look for a pair of Hydrangea which bloom in line so that I can make clear images of both at the same time. I spent a bit long time looking for them, haha.
It is nice that a pair of Hydrangea fits well into the photo flame.
This is Hydrangea serrata, too. The petals look slightly pink and cute.
And here's the Hydrangea in blue. I set focus on only one of the beautifully-bloomed Hydrangea. The contrast with the green leaves shows strong presence to pedestrians.
The last one is the Hydrangea in purple. I set focus on only one, the one which looked the highest among the other Hydrangea around it. The background vaguely shows that the day was a hot and dry weather.
By the way, the season of fireworks will start after the end of Hydrangea season. I will make some plans of fireworks soon.