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Fallen autumn leaves undulating wonderfully

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Beneath Your Feet.”

I experienced autumn for the first time in my life in Nagoya, Japan. I live in a country that is almost on the equator of the Earth, so I do not go through four seasons a year where I live.

On the day that I took this photo, I was completely immersed in the mystical feel of the park near Nagoya Castle. I felt like I was in an Enid Blyton story where the leaves and branches grew so dense and spread so wide to form a canopy over where I stood. I had walked into a tunnel built by naturally growing trees.

Yellow leaves covered the ground completely. The sight was alluring. And I was so attracted that I took off my fleece glove, placed my camera on the ground, and pressed the shutter button.

fallen autumn leaves in nagoya japanI was so surprised to find the leaves undulating wonderfully. The world is so different when seen from this angle!

I even managed to capture the solitary statue in the distance.

What lies beneath your feet? Have you experienced autumn? What was most memorable about your autumn?


[Photo: Taken at Nagoya, Japan, 2013.]


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