Scenes of “Exploring roads to the mountain” based on Blue color
For some reason, it is Hokkaido.
Hokkaido is home to a number of landscape photographers who are proud of their skills, or they can’t keep up with the rest of the world by emigrating. Because there is such a spirit, there is a feeling that it is presumptuous that the other person goes quickly and takes something.
Moreover, they seem to me pioneers of “Meteoroscape” photography who find it instinctively, in a word, make it to the photograph spot with the name which seems to be good like “the tree of seven star” or “hill of patch work” and so on to the scenery.
So this time, I was with the feeling of relying on seniors. On top of that, I could see the earliest autumn leaves in Japan. Taisetsu-zan, Mount Taisetsu, in Hokkaido is advertised as such promised land. They should have fallen from the beginning of September.
Then, the outcome was the season like winter… (Dejabu)
The autumn leaves are almost absent from the mountaintop to the foot of it. It may be the climate change, I wonder. Even snow was covered before that.
In that case, Greta Toonberg has to use her voice like roaring!
Then, I likened this snow mountain climbing to the project progress.
They are just basic pan focus photographs, so there’s nothing technicalabout, but it’s easy to fit for project plan slides.
Unlike the sea, the mountain has a top but no goal. Risk your life to reach the top, there is a sense of accomplishment.
It looks mediocre, but there should be a progress.