Thursday, August 8, 2019

A Summer Morning Walk

Monday morning I was out for a walk near where I used to live. Here are a few things I saw. 


Hiding under the bridge. 



I've never seen these jelly fish things in the stream before. I thought they lived in the ocean.  






Mt. Fuji is a welcome sight. It is best seen in the winter.



10 comments:

SUWA said...

I like your photos in summer morning.

White Rose said...

Hi Pamela lovly things you see on you walk,my SIL his cousin is living in Japan and he can see Mt Fuji from his place too,hope you have a lovely day my friend xx

Vireya said...

Beautiful sights on your morning walk. I also had never heard of fresh-water jellyfish, but apparently they are an invasive species originally from China but now found everywhere except Antarctica. Amazing!

kiwikid said...

Nice things to see on your walk, I wonder if the jellyfish got washed in from the sea?

roughterrain crane said...

It's so nice to take a walk in the COOL morning.

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

I wonder if I would know a Jellyfish if I saw one. I think Mt. Fuji would be majestic any time of the year. You had an awesome walk.
xx, Carol

FlashinScissors said...

Interesting to hear about the jellyfish.
Lovely view of Mt Fuji!
Strangely enough I was taking photos of a river here last week when we spotted an eel. It was strange to see because the river in question is on the outskirts of London and had been in a bad state ..... it is much improved now but I hadn’t expected to see eels, and thought it more likely to see tiny fish. Just shows you can never tell what you will find! But then eels were quite a common and popular dish once, in London.
Hugs,
Barbara xx

Julie said...

I thought jellyfish only lived in the ocean too .... leanrt something new reading here today.

Leonore Winterer said...

I haven't heard of freshwater jellyfish before. You learn something new every day.

Jeanie said...

I love your hiding bird and whenever you post Mt. Fuji, I always smile.