Now we are just in the rainy season. The stationary front is settling in above the Japanese Archipelago. When does this front go away to the Continent,I wonder? I hope it gets off without giving the harmful
damage to the archipelago like usual year.
But the rain or water is essential for us or living thing. Many life are born in this season. I walked Nara-Park in the intermission of the rainy season.
The grove is given water and shoots born in spring grow to deep green. So we can see many kind of green.
And I also met many families of Starling in the wood of Kasuga-Grand-Shrine. They were picking something with children born recently vigorously.
There is a pond in the Park. Nobody were there. Now the pond was full of water and we could have heard a pin drop though there are a lot of beautiful wisteria trees around this pond and many people visited cheerfully,noisy in May. Because of too quiet and pure air I thought water or wood nymphs may appear around there.
Also deers in Nara-Park come to the season of birth.
In Nara-park about 700 female deer are living and babies of deer are born during from the middle of May to around July. Every year about 200 pregnant female deer are protected at Rokuen( deer's garden) and they deliver babies at this place. Babies get to be able to eat grass about 20 days after the birth. After that they are set off the Park with mothers. So we can see babies and mothers here during June.
Mizutani-Cyaya( the restaurant in Nara Park)
We can see babies that have the clear white-spotted on their backs at the Rokuen. There were about 30 babies and many female deer on the day I visited. Babies get to be able to stand in about one hour after birth.
Babies like the place like this. They have habit that hide behind grasses.
I visited Hasedera-temple in Kamakura of Kanagawa prefecture next to Tokyo. This temple is famous for hydrangea. The hydrangea in the rain is more beautiful.
From the observatory of Hasedera-temple. Sagami-Bay and the beach.
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