Is it my imagination (or my work schedule?), or has this been a very quick autumn? Tōdai's ginkgos reached their peak last week, and soon there will be nothing but cold bare branches. Skeletons with long shadows. I think of winter as the season of the long shadows, when the sun cowers low on the horizon. Here we go. Last ginkgo photos for this year.
|As I've mentioned before, the most glorious ginkgo in the world usually changes a bit later than his underlings.|
|The signs says "stay off the grass/plants". The leaves clearly believe in civil disobedience. I approve.|