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A Pond

A pond at Tenno-ji Park, Osaka.


  1. Beautiful pics, Thanks for sharing them.

  2. This is beautiful... beautiful pictures and a beautiful place.

    I saw your post at Zaadz, and came to see your blog.

  3. I discored from the newspaper that three tortoise on the right on the tube are from North America, and three on the left are Japanese tortoise which used to live here. Japanese imported as a pet and the holders threw them away, so they run away to the pond and mixed it up. We, as a human are not supposed to mix up local species and outsider. These outside species eat local animals in the pond, for example, and destroy its animal circle. Beautiful photo, but it has a sad story behind that I didn't know when I took the photos.


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