Red leaves in Enrian, Kyoto by h@ru

Isawa harvest by IwateBuddy

Shinto shrine in Tsuwano by isado

Fire and gold by amirjina

See the rest of the images: Bouncing Red Ball [via Japan Soc]

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13 thoughts on “Japanese Autumn Photographs

  1. The photos are gorgeous! My personal favourite would have to be the last one because just as the title suggests, the contrast is beautiful.
    The leaves are almost all fallen around my neighborhood, so I should probably get some fall photos taken before all the leafs are gone and get washed out by rain…

  2. Yes, I really liked Fire and Gold πŸ™‚

    Ah, it would be interesting to see how Fall looks in your area πŸ™‚ It is a beautiful season that looks somewhat different around the world.

  3. I’ve been told that the best time to visit Japan is right now: September-November, which puts you right in the middle of autumn. Nothing beats the colours, the landscapes, and the delicious ambient temperature (not too cold, not too hot). It’s even better than spring, apparently.

    But since I’ve got no time to traipse through the Four Islands right now, I’ll have to make do with the cherry blossoms come March/April ’09. πŸ˜‰

  4. Thank you for mentioning that recommendation, I’ll keep that in mind πŸ™‚

    Oh, cherry blossoms are really great πŸ™‚ Let me know if you see Pink Supervisor there πŸ˜› Have fun with your trip πŸ™‚

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