Furano: Flower fusion
Couldn’t help but post a mix of colour – with effect to portray the profusion of flowers, both cultivated and growing wild on the island of Hokkaido. Thanks to Michael Lai at Diary of a Retiree, and his descriptive post on the rainbow flowers, i included Furano in my travel itinerary.
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20 thoughts on “Furano: Flower fusion”
Oh my goodness! These images are stunning!
Thanks !! A celebratory kind of inspiration.. 🙂
Ohhh, so nice photos. My favorite among them, the last…
Thanks Bente, the flowers here are just gorgeous. Learning about alpine environments and floral kingdoms … 🙂
How terrific that you learned of the island thru blogging! Michael’s posts are terrific, as is yours Liz!
Yes, Michael’s posts are inspiring! Have even started to look more closely at bridge design and I have a whole bucket list of places… which now include some of the destinations you highlight 🙂
Happy to help if u need!
Thanks Tina … your travels do beckon 🙂 Cambodia especially.
Gorgeous photos!! =)
I bet you’re glad you went there, I know I am!
Yes – was very happy to have spotted Michael’s posts :). The complex layering of the Japanese form and convention challenges my western perspective. This riot of colour in carefully planted rows is something else. Spontaneous abstracts emerged….
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Fantásticas las fotos de Liz Hardman sobre flores de la isla de Hokkaido.
beautiful photos, I like very much how you arrange the flowers on the photo, above all , the last one. 🙂
Thanks Daisy, i’ve been trying to look for the negative space in an overall composition.
Thanks E 🙂
a peaceful gallery!
Thanks Frizz 🙂
Beautiful series of photos.
Thanks for the comment. Furano was an incredible experience – a colour explosion 🙂