4 sika deer among a few shades of Hokkaido green…:-)

le vent septentrional caresse les branches et les feuilles avec sa douceur volcanique… il change d’itinéraire comme un navigateur chevronné, courageux, fidèle qui connaît sa destination… il arrache les masques et chasse le mal, efface la peur et la lâcheté, la douleur et la souffrance… il porte nos rêves sur ses ailes solides au-delà de toute espérance… 4 bichettes sika – gracieuses et douces Bambi m’accueillent au bord de leur ruisseau… j’ai aperçu la vraie générosité d’âme dans leur regard… 🙂
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the northern wind cuddles the stems and the leaves with its volcanic softness… it changes its itinerary like a skillful, brave, faithful sailor that knows its destination… it tears up masks and chases away evil, wipes fear and cowardice, pain and sadness… it carries our dreams on its strong wings beyond all expectations… 4 sika deer – graceful and sweet Bambis welcome me by the bank of their creek – I did notice their true generosity of heart within their eyes… 🙂
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pix taken @ Shiretoko National Park, Hokkaido, Japan… 🙂

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N.B. Shiretoko Peninsula(brown bear land) – Eastern Hokkaido is one of Japan’s most beautiful and unspoiled national parks. No roads lead further than about 3/4 up the peninsula, and the northern peak can only be viewed from boats or can be reached after several trekking hours. Shiretoko is home to a variety of wildlife: brown bears, sika deer and foxes. In winter, the peninsula’s coast along the Sea of Okhotsk becomes one of the Northern hemisphere’s Southernmost regions to see drift ice. UNESCO world’s heritage site since 2005 for the irreplaceable value of its ecosystem and biodiversity.

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Posted on 16 September 2015, in melanie. Bookmark the permalink. 11 Comments.

  1. Un vrai bel accueil que celui-là, Mélanie! Super! Bonne fin de ce mercredi! Amitiés ❤ 🙂

  2. a fabulous place, lovely shots.

  3. Hi dear Mélanie! Beautiful post and beautiful place! I visited there, too!😊 Really a beautiful place!❤️

  4. A beautiful place, Melanie! The deer are apparently very used to people, like the ones at Nara (where I was bitten on my rear end by one looking for treats in my pocket!)

  5. The deer are so pretty. I love the shot of them in the water.

  6. lovely tour, thank you for sharing, Melanie!

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