Jun 7, 2010

Kamakura, sea and beautiful Hydrangea

Yesterday we visited Kamakura. I love there because of the beach and some beautiful temples.

We went to the beach at first and took lunch (what I cooked in the morning). It was hot day and many people were enjoying in the sea.

Then we walked to Hase temple.
Hase temple

It's famous of Hydrangea. I love the flower a lot (* v *)!!!!
Hase temple, Hydrangea
Hase temple, Hydrangea

But the temple is in the mountain and I had to climb a lot to see them.
Hase temple, Hydrangea

This is the sight from the highest point. At the noon, we were at the beach over there... We walked a lot!
From Hase temple

My husband took lots of pictures to show Tomato in the future.
Hase temple, Hydrangea

I hope she likes the flowers as we do.
Hase temple, Hydrangea

We walked quite a lot so I took a nap after we got home.
When I woke up, I couldn't find my husband. He went out shopping for me.

It was a very happy day for me (* v *). We'll go to Kamakura again after the birth of Tomato.


helena said...

What a beautiful pictures!!!

Neky White said...

Beautiful places!! thank you so much for share this pics with us ^^. I love Japan

Lavender Playground said...

I'm sure Tomato will like to go there, it's so pretty!

Amy said...

So pretty! Thanks for sharing. I'm glad you had a nice time with your husband. :)

Joli et Simple said...

Hi Mai, the pictures are so lovely. I have fake hydrangeas at home. Next time, I will take photo and email them to you.


Raquel from Florida said...

Lovely pictures! For sure is a special place. I had hydrangeas when I lived in Argentina, but here in Florida is way toooo hot

Chicken Willow said...

Sounds and looks like you had a wonderful day Mai.

Chiisai said...

I have been reading your Blog for a long time but this is my first comment! Your crafts and pictures are always so beautiful! I feel so relaxed when I am reading your stories!

Núr said...

I've heard lots of times that it is good for pregnant women to walk a lot, so you did a great job! :D The pictures are very beautiful! And so nice you could enjoy a day by the sea! :D

Elizabeth said...

Dear Mai, I read your blog with great pleasure. I am so happy to see this beautiful day you had with your family.

Victoria said...

For an 8 month pregnated woman that´s a lot of walking , now you see why your doctor told you not to gane weigth .
Nice place , one of the think i love of your blogs are this kind of post.Thank´s

Anonymous said...

Beautiful place and I love the flowers too. Walking is healthy, good for you.
Rest well .
Mena :)

pratima said...

Beautiful place and your pictures are lovely! The flowers are so pretty! Thank you for a little peak into your lovely day:)

perchesinthesoul said...

Beautiful, I loved visiting Kamakura when I lived in Japan. I've passed along a blog award to you – you’ll see it in this post. No need to respond, I just want you to know that I really enjoy your blog :)

ISA said...

que belleza!!!

Cartas a Si said...

I follow your blog there is a few months and it seems to me you are a wonderful person. I was very happy when you spoke about the arriving of yout Tomato. I wish you the best.

I also love flowers. I have a passion for japonese gardens. They are so beautiful and seems everthing is on the right place.

In my country (Portugal) we call to the flower you have on the picture "hortênsia". In the islands of Azores it grows everywhere and sometimes that is a problem. In my house I have one pink.

Cookie Cutter said...

Thanks for sharing such beautiful images! I love the moss in Japanese temples.

Anonymous said...

'tomato' is a very lucky girl to have such lovely parents, the gifts you are making for her are beautiful.I hand sewed everything for my baby too when I was pregnant and the doctors said it was a wonderful peaceful way for the baby to come to know the world. I wish you good health and an easy delivery now that the time is nearly here :)samantha

Sweetlilcraft said...

very beautiful place. Wish can go there someday :)

danni_meringue said...

did you know the Hydrangea is a different colour depending on the type of soil not different seeds! you can get pink and blue flowers from one plant!
Lovely photos as well, looks like you had a lovely time

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