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.
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.]