March 4, 2010

Ume after the Rain

I took these photos last Sunday at Kameido Tenjin that is a shinto shrine in kameido, koto ward.
On that day, It was rain in the morning.
But the weather turned to fine dramatically in the afternoon.
I could see those ume blossoms and buds in quiet mood.

These photos were taken on February 28, 2010.


lewi14 said...

Wonderful cherry blossoms. Well photographed.

you-wee because said...

After the short springtime intermezzo last weekend, the temperatures in Germany are winterly again. For the upcoming weekend the weathermen predict snow or sleet - not for the first time this winter.
Until the spring weather really will be established in our latitudes, it's our (only?) pleasure to watch your ume blossom pictures, Nobu-san... ;-)

Chill, but sunny regards, Uwe.

We love Luna said...

It's so beautiful!I loved these pictures.Cherry blossoms are fabulous and delicate!
Léia :)

Malyss said...

The rain has added some pearls to those flower-jewels..

you-wee because said...

You see, Nobu-san, Ume trees (Japanese apricot, or Chinese plum) and ume blossoms are not very well known and established outside Japan or China.
For all those of you not familiar with this type of tree, have a look here:
Ume, no --> Uwe!

Jacob said...

Absolutely gorgeous!

amatamari© said...

Beautiful and evocative images

sleepygirl said...

Beautiful! Once again, you've perfectly captured the essence of a single moment.

Anne Vis said...

Beautiful shots!

Anonymous said...

Nice photography of a sight I will long remember.

Abraham Lincoln

Leica 麗香 said...



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