November 2014 is full of my best photography of autumn colors in this year. I traveled in various places in the east and the west, and shooted numerous autumn colors of Japan. I hope you can enjoy them. From now on, I'm beginning to change my primary target from autumn colors to illuminations and snowscapes. I hope I can encounter more of the beautiful landscapes of Japan.
Then, let’s look at the 11 selected photos from November 2014!
I'm really proud of my town for having these beautiful colors! Indeed, I spent a lot of time wondering where to stand to capture the best photograph of these leaves. And, here it is! I love this warm atmosphere!
It was relaxing and comfortable to walk under the yellow leaves. It reminds me of Sakura street of Meguro River this year.
Hyakuhiro-no-taki Waterfall is one of the biggest waterfalls in Tokyo. You need to walk through the mountain, but the waterfall will just refreshes everything that you have.
This shows how beautiful Maple leaves in mountainous areas are. Each of the red leaves is well-arranged and vivid. I'm pretty happy to have been here in this period.
I couldn't believe that nobody was visiting this beautiful mountain while I was here. One-hour-ride of the train. This is the only thing that you need to come from Kyoto.
I finally arrived at Saigyoan! A big Japanese maple tree is… you know, how should I explain how wonderful it is. The tree is dominating the atmosphere of Saigyoan. Just amazing.
Ohh… So romantic… I’m under the sky with uncountable number of stars. I cannot believe that this is really in Tokyo...
This is a good example of Kyoto. Autumn colors of Kyoto often have various colors in one place. This is how I felt through the trip.
I was amazed to see a row of Metasequoia which runs over 2 miles down. This street is designated as one of the top 100 views of street trees of Japan, and is said to show red colors in the end of autumn and white color in winter. Now the trees are green and energetic.
The leaves are purely red and the street is decorated by some red fallen leaves. It is like leading to heaven.
This is my first time to visit Hakone in autumn. It was a great experience to meet with new friends and beautiful Japanese pampas grass. I must come here again.
Thanks for enjoying my photos of November 2014!
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