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Autumn CHERRY BLOSSOMS

It was on the end of November last year, I found the flowers on this Cherry tree.

But it happened to show the same, two weeks earlier in this time. —– As it is a bit early

this year, the Cherry tree has lots of leaves as well.

So, the autumn golden leaves and the pink blossoms in the same time = rather unusual

sight in deed. Because it was unusual, I didn’t feel very comfortable last year though, I was

more permissive mood this year. After all, to impose “What is normal or abnormal” is man’s idea.

—– Nature may have much more facets which we never know = And they may say,

“What’s wrong with having flowers in an Autumn = it’s not your business”.

A sort of stereotypical knowledge = there may not be an insect who visit and pollinating

the flowers out of season though, —– yes, there is an insect (kind of fly ?) was in the flower.

Out of our eyes and beyond our knowledges the Nature may still be in full

operation regardless the season 😀

And WHO said, the Cherry open the flowers only for the purpose to make fruits

and seeds = yet still, they could blossom just giving a fun

for the winter insects too —– why not 😀

—– As a result, this tree gave the opportunities for me to talk about TWICE already

= it’s a big achievement for such a small tree !

Never mind, the Wheel of the Nature is Going Round and Round and Round —–

And our lives goes on as well. 🙂

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  1. elenacaravela said, on November 12, 2012 at 21:52

    Flowers anytime:)

    • yoshizen said, on November 12, 2012 at 22:09

      True true. Though, the local people doesn’t aware its flower and
      wondering what I was taking picture of 😀

  2. Lemony (Gr)Egghead said, on November 14, 2012 at 03:50

    I had a similar experience walking down an alley here the other day. I saw perfectly ripe raspberries, which looked so strange and out of place to me. They were still growing strong a full two months later than I usually see them in this particular area. I actually didn’t take their picture in that moment because I felt odd about what I was seeing (and immediately found myself thinking about global warming, etc.), but I wonder, isn’t there some point to concerning ourselves with what’s normal and abnormal when we humans might have some role in changing the patterns of nature? Isn’t it our business to care about and question the causes of the changes happening on our planet? Lovely images, by the way. I especially like the close-up of the blossoms.

    • yoshizen said, on November 14, 2012 at 04:55

      You are absolutely right. No one can presume innocent. —– I heard from a restorer of old paintings
      in the National Gallery that the worst culprit damaging the art is the poisonous gas produced by the
      visitors (Mankind) = Sulfurous acid gas from the woollies people wearing, Hydrogen sulfide gas
      from the fart people producing, not mention the car exhorts gas much more in general 😀
      —– or some kind of chemical might have changed the Gene combination, in charge of the internal clock
      of the Cherry or Raspberries.
      —– But fundamentally, the Mankind is existing here against the Rules. = Occupying ANY territories with
      artificial aid, eating ANYthing with the mean of artificial process (so-called Cooking) hence having
      exploded population, is the root cause of the problem.

  3. bentehaarstad said, on November 16, 2012 at 02:04

    Raspberries are not unusual in late autumn around here, they try to get berries until the frost. But cherry-flowers on a tree with autumn golden leaves that is highly unusual. But nature desides, it is not our business.. 😉

    • yoshizen said, on November 16, 2012 at 02:26

      That’s right. There could be many freak accident in the nature too.
      Such as like, started to have seedless Banana. 😀

  4. drawandshoot said, on November 28, 2012 at 01:45

    a nice analysis! 🙂

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