Best viewed after chapter one.
This post’s “stars” are named after terrestrial flowering plants, but sea anemones are carnivorous animals.One Comment
(almost certainly, you will be surprised to discover where I took this post’s photos)
Unstructured, unsupervised time for play is one of the most important things we have to give back to kids if we want them to be strong and happy and resilient.2 Comments
One of the world’s more remarkable sculpture parks is in a former school’s grounds, near a frayed little city in Hokkaido.Leave a Comment
Its natural beauty, wildlife, cuisine, art and people make Japan a wonderful destination. English-speakers in search of opportunities for amusement and/or bewilderment will also be rewarded – many times, daily – by Japan’s signs, labels and menus.One Comment
Photo copyright Doug Spencer, taken on May 20, 2017 at Otofuke Shrine.Leave a Comment
…and if it is Room 1316 at the Yumoto Ginsen-kaku, you just might see a view like this one.Leave a Comment