No plan this week. Just walked out the door and took pictures of whatever looked colorful, beautiful, or interesting. Since spring is kicking in there were plenty of flowers blooming everywhere.
I usually don't know the name of the flower I'm photographing and that's OK with me. Without a name it's still just as beautiful.
Lanterns are being hung along the Ookagawa river in preparation for the cherry blossom festival near the end of this month.
No temple to small.
Weeds along the river. A remnant of winter.
The red window.
So many varieties of cherry blossoms, so many different blooming times.
Daffodil, no doubt about it!
I don't know this one but it sure is vivid.
A plain day in Yokohama is still worthwhile too me.
Big sky over Yokohama bay.
Girl in the foreground incoming seagull behind her.
Duck! She did and the attack bird flew away.
A typical tourist shot in Yamashita park.
And, typical tourists in Yamashita park.
More dead wood with a face. At least I see a face.
Do you see the face in this one?
This shot is all about the rich color.
This shot is all about the fact that there wasn't much else to take a shot of.
Back to the early bloomers; long may they bloom!
Those with plenty of free time either take pictures or go fishing.
Blood red bloomers.
They start out red and then turn green.
Miura beach. Lines over the sand.
It's seaweed season.
Orange is a good color.
The seaside pigeon stand.
I said orange is a good color.
Last shot of the week. A cottage near the beach.
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