Fukushima Rice Field

 

 

 


Fukushima has long been famous for its agriculture and is Japan’s premier rice-growing regions. Some of the best rice brands are grown in Fukushima Prefecture.

 

 

 

the rice fields

 

October means

 

ready for harvest

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Taken from the Alviso Slough Trail at the Don Edwards SF Bay National Wildlife Refuge in Alviso (San Jose)
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Summer Design


Alviso Slough Trail taken at the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge in Alviso July 2021

Today’s weather

 

 

Tides and currents

 

 

Nature’s paintbrush

 

 

Gateway



Ouchi-juku 大内宿 is a historical town in Fukushima Prefecture that have preserved structures with traditional thatched roof buildings that are over 300 years old.

 

 

A gate to

 

 

peace

 

 

tranquility

 

Amtrak #532

amtrak

 

 

Capitol Corridor: Northbound from San Jose-Oakland-Emeryville/SF-Sacramento-Auburn

 

 

From the horizon

 

 

amtrak # 532

 

 

passes by

 

Earthy Glow

 

Salt pond at Alviso Slough Trail at Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge in Alviso

 

Unusual winter

 

creates

 

surprise of nature