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|This photograph is taken in the southern coast in Lake Notoro near Abashiri. Lake Notoro is an inland sea-lake which is located in the northeast part of Hokkaido and leads to the Sea of Okhotsk. In the lake in Japan, it has the 13th area scale. The gregarious-life place of Salicornia europaea was located in the southern coast and I heard that the whole surface is filled with red, and dropped in when it became around September every year. But, the number of growth was decreasing sharply because an environmental improvement went wrong. Salicornia europaea is an one-year grass plant belonging to the department of goose foot, and is broadly distributed over frozen latitudes. It is a halophilous plant grown to a salt marsh. The stalk of Salicornia europaea forms 10-35 cm in height in an invisible green color, and forms a paragraph with a pillar form, and a branch is opposite from a paragraph. If autumn comes, the stalk of Salicornia europaea and the invisible green color of a branch will also be called Coral grass from the figure which changes to purplish red.|
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- [2012-09-20 4:33]
Very beautiful photo!
Beautiful presentation of this landscape in very nice natural colours, great sharpness.
its also tasty, TFS Ori
very nice lake and places near it. Nice colours and composition. Interesting note.
Thanks for sharing,