Out & About: Plant Life Balance
One Saturday we decided to do some more exploring while waiting for some laundry to finish at a nearby laundromat. Sakura season was cut short by a ton of heavy rainfall, but there was still a lot of things in bloom to look at as we walked around.
Right near us are these containers filled with fish and vegetation by the roadside. Who made the decision to put them there?
Looking pretty vibrant.
The whole makeshift pond set up.
Even though there aren’t a lot of trees in our area, houses are usually surrounded by plant life like this.
This huge building had a bunch of dead vines climbing down from the second story.
Right around the corner.
Mossy fish tank with a wooden plank on top.
Riverbed with dying sakura trees. This would’ve been a great viewing spot during the prime sakura season.
Pigeons look the same no matter where we go.
Pigeon and Roy. Roy carried our IKEA laundry bag all over the place.
This miniature journey has made me want to attempt a small garden for our balcony as we get ample sunlight. Not sure if I’m ready to dive into gardening territory though! Maybe I’ll get some more inspiration first.