September 16, 2001: Dance Performance
On a refreshing clear Sunday, I came up to a nearby shopping center Wasada Town. The parking lot is filled with many cars already.
|Dance Performance is being held on the outdoor stage.|
In this Festival Square, many attractions are open on every holiday.
|Some 20 school kids perform a dance.|
|Times Dance Studio dancers perform a pleasant dance with a jaunty rhythm.|
|Adult-like dance is held as well.|
|Kid dancers get cheering from the audience who enjoy together with the dancers.|
|The audience enjoy the performance with eating hamburger or clapping their hands. They love such a beautiful holiday.|
|The shopping arcade has turned its color to autumn already.|
|On my way back home, I tried to find the sign of autumn.
Japanese pampas grass swing gently in the parking lot green belt on the back ground of Ryouzen Hill.
|Salvia blooms brilliantly in the field nearby.|
|A view of Mt. Yufu taken from the entrance of our Fujimigaoka community.|
|Leek enjoys its full bloom in the open space in the community. The white flower is small and lovely.|
|Arrowroot holds such beautiful flower even though I am troubled with its massive laves invading the slope in front of my garage.|
|Toad Lily is in full bloom in my garden. The flower reminds me of the arrival of autumn.|
|Madagascar periwinkle blooms since mid summer.|
|The persimmon in my garden holds green fruits already with yellow-turning leaves.|
|Inutade flower blooms in my friend's garden. I used to play house with it when I was a kid.|
|Cluster-amaryllis blooms in brilliant scarlet in the garden of adjacent Fujimigaoka kindergarten.
I found many signs of autumn around me today.