Since I found early autumn colors at Mt. Senjougatake in September, I continued to look for autumn colors, moving down to lower and lower altitudes gradually. Now, autumn colors are available in most of Tokyo city areas. The most peak will be coming soon. October 2014 was such a month of change!
Then, let’s look at the 11 selected photos from October 2014!
Japanese pampas grass look the most beautiful in the sunset time and sunrise time. The orange sunlight gives the breath of life to every piece of downs.
If you go to mountainous areas, many of the leaves are still green in October. Such a green space creates shade and tranquil moments for visitors.
This is my second time to see the milky way. Oze National Park is definitely one of the best and easiest places to see this romantic view.
Cats are always cute. But when they strike a pose like this, oh, we must stop and see them.
After running along the river a bit, the sun gave me a special reward.
Known as Niagara in the Orient, Fukiware-no-taki waterfall is a must-see natural spot in Japan.
Typhoons promise us that the air is perfectly clean after they are gone. This is the best moment of photographing the sun.
The moon was so bright that I could walk without light in Oze National Park, and this view was like a stage of a puppet show.
You will be surrounded by colorful autumn foliage all the way. This is why many people climb mountains in the autumn.
In the morning when the sun is at a low height, relatively horizontal sunlight decorates the downs like a jewelry. This is also a nice moment of Japanese pampas grass.
Sanjou-no-taki waterfall is one of the biggest waterfalls in Japan. If you visit here at dawn, this blue water and roaring sound will surely amaze you.
Thanks for enjoying my photos of October 2014!
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