日本での一年間

December 19, 2008

Fall Colors on Campus

Filed under: school, Tokyo places, Western Tokyo — myyearinjapan @ 1:48 am

Some pictures I took around campus when the leaves changed colors and as they were falling off the trees. Now most of the trees are bare, but it isn’t nearly cold enough for snow. Some days, watching the leaves fall here was like watching snow fall because so many leaves would come off at once.

Students walk past trees in full fall foliage

Students walk past trees in full fall foliage

Sun shining behind the trees

Sun shining behind the trees

Students enjoy lunch on a beautiful autumn day

Students enjoy lunch on a beautiful autumn day

The ground covered in yellow leaves

The ground covered in yellow leaves

Looking up at the nice blue sky behind the trees

Looking up at the nice blue sky behind the trees

Some trees already slightly bare

Some trees already slightly bare

All yellow

All yellow

auditorium

auditorium

a path with some fall foliage

a path with some fall foliage and the library tower in the background

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  1. […] fix. For example, the part of Tokyo I lived in had no public parks whatsoever and therefore the university campus was filled with families with young children on the weekends and older people on any sunny day. The […]

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