Saturday, November 13, 2010

Tamagawa Autumn

Every year in early November, I walk the 20 minutes or so to the Tama River specifically looking for this type of scene. It usually happens around 4-4:30 on a certain part of the river just as the sun's angle gets low enough to backlight only parts of the river and vegetation. It's an indication for me that fall has really begun in Tokyo.

1 comment:

ruma said...

Amber seems to heal the heart.

Nature always supports loneliness.

From Karatsu-shi, Saga.