A corner of the precinct of Hasedera is like a garden, with various plants and trees planted. Flowers were blooming inside. The flowers in this photo were also in full bloom there. The white petals were open to the sky, and the yellow stamens beckoned to the insects in the middle of the flower. Yellow pollen was overflowing on the petals.
The life of a flower is very short. Even if they are in full bloom today and at this time, I don't know what will happen to them in a week's time. The transience of the flower seems to have a high affinity with the Buddhist philosophy of impermanence.
|Jan 2008 KANAGAWA NATURE|
|FLOWER HASEDERA KAMAKURA PETAL|
January 12, 2008
September 2, 2020
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