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Julaftons eftermiddag spenderade vi i Mitaka Inokashira Park. Vi var där för att besöka Ghibli Museum (som hade varit roligare om vi förstått japanska), och på vägen dit fick vi njuta av den här o-gröna grönskan. Mer bilder från parken kommer snart.

On Christmas Eve we spent the afternoon in Mitaka Inokashira Park. We were there to visit the Ghibli Museum (which had been more fun if we understood Japanese), and on the way there we got to see this non-green greenery. More photos to come.

17 comments:

  1. As always, such lovely photos. I love all the orange.

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  2. I cann't wait to see more photo's of your trip to Japan.

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  3. The first two pictures blow me away, they are so gorgeous!

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  4. Those leaves are beautiful! Did you see the big zoetrope at the Ghibli Museum?

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  5. Seems that you had a very very nice trip! Great pictures as always!

    -A

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  6. i love these, especially the last one with the beautiful orange leaves and the gingko leave fence.

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  7. that second photo is amazing!

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  8. I love your photos!! Amazing!! You've got the real talent that captures perfect moments in life :) Inokashira Park is my favourite place and it was so nice to see it here because I'm living abroad now and I miss going there. Hope you liked the town, too!

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  9. these photos are very very beautiful! Such a beautiful place :)

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  10. How come you always take such amazing photos!! Loving the Japan ones!!

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  11. That second photo with the red leaves is amazing! AMAZING!!!

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  12. You are blowing me away with these photos! Can't wait to get to Japan!

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  13. what a peaceful place and beautiful pics

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