That's a really great photo.
Hello, Jenny,What pretty children and a good news from you!I hope you will be able to see more of Japan next time!
What a lovely encounter - I always thought that I would never want to make a return visit to the same country as there are so many places in the world to see, but as I get older I am happy to return again and again to countries that have whetted my appetite and in which I wish to discover more.
it does not seem like it was a year ago since I read your posts about Japan. Life is rushing by.
That is an adorable photo! Lovely view, cute little ones.
Cute kids and golden Autumn. I love your photo, Jenny.
Adorable photo. I'll be looking forward to your next trip to Japan and all the wonderful things you will find to tell us about.
Precious children. May they grow up to be so lovely.
Another trip to Japan! Sounds exciting! I love that photo so much...HugsOlympia
We're starting to put together our Japan/Cambodia trip, it won't be till next September, but it takes a bit of planning. Our daughter lives in a tiny studio apartment so we'll be staying in a hotel while we're in Fukuoka. So many things I want to see and do while there.
They seem to be enjoying a walk through the autumn leaves. This year seems to have zipped by so quickly in many ways.
Like the person who commented first, I am surprised to read that your Japan visit was a year ago - it certainly doesn't seem like it! The picture is lovely, and I am glad the little girl was allowed to play in the leaves in spite of being dressed so smartly.
I think it doesn't seem so long because I was posting about Japan for months after - it made quite an impression on me! But the trip started exactly a year ago.
They look so lovely.
OMGosh! Was that a year ago already? Aren't they just so sweet! :)
So cute! Yes, i hope you can get back there soon. It seems such a fascinating place.
How sweet it is...the innocence and the joy....
A beautiful picture, and yes time does fly, doesn't it?
Hello, Jenny! It must have been a pleasant surprise to find such lovely kids including a girl dressed in Japanese kimono. Nice location of autumn to photograph them treading on the fallen ginkgo leaves. I guess she’s dressed for Shichi-Go-San, a ritual to celebrate healthy growth. The day is November 15, but many people visit shrine flexibly from late October through November and get the kid photographed. I’m tied with babysitting for a while, but I think I’ll go to Nara Park around the time when we explored together.Yoko
Yes, I remember it so clearly Yoko. It was a great day that we spent with you and we often talk about it.
And thank you for explaining about Shichi-Go-San. Is this the one where the girls are celebrated when they get to be 5 years old?
Wow...was that really a year ago?I love the photo - such cute kids!
Wow, talk about a cutie!
Awwww.... Have fun and explore lots of places when you visit Japan again.Can't wait to read all about it! :)
What a beautiful image, Jenny. It seems like yesterday that you were in Japan.
Children all over the world kick through dry leaves! Though not many children play in Savernake in long pink dresses with flowers in their hair!
They would probably be fairies! :)
I can't believe it was a year ago that you visited Japan. Love the picture of the children - and the autumn leaves.
That is such a lovely photo of the children. I've never been to Japan though the culture really interests me - the food less so:)
Such an adorable pic
Wow, it doesn't seem like it's been a year since you were there last. I remember reading those posts and enjoying your beautiful pictures and descriptions of everything.
I love, love, love this photo and I will tell you why. It captures the magic arrival of autumn (one of my two favourite seasons along with spring) and it shows the magic of London as a mutlicultural city Thanks for posting this.Greetings from London.
The leaf-fall this year seems to be absolutely colossal. Or maybe I just don't remember how colossal it was last year?And that's a beautiful kimono.
I was in St James Park on Wednesday. Didn't see these two lovely children but did see some pelicans!
What an adorable twosome and I LOVE your header! The kitty in it is just perfect.
Aren't they sweet! The colours in that image are very striking.
This is enchanting! I love the colors, the smiles, the leaves. Perfect!