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Illumination on cherry blossoms in autumn
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なんと冬の夜桜!!11月はまだ秋かもしれませんが、今年は寒いので冬の夜桜といってもいいでしょう。城峰(じょうみね)公園は埼玉県神川町にあり、冬桜が有名です。私はJAFの機関誌に載っていて知ったのですが、朝イチでも最近紹介されたらしいです。長い間にわたって少しずつ咲くとのことで、春のソメイヨシノほどの派手さはありません。このパノラマは実物より派手になっちゃっているかもしれません(特に小細工をしたわけではなくある意味私の腕が悪いせい)が、十分楽しめるものでした。

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送信日: 02/12/2012
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