February 24, 2020

Mejiro (Zosterops japonicus) bird: Engaku-ji

Mejiro (Zosterops japonicus) bird: Engaku-ji

The light magenta flowers of Kawazu-zakura have just come into full bloom to notify us of the arrival of long-awaited spring. In the warm sunlight from the bright blue sky, wintry gloom and chill cannot be felt any longer.

A Mejiro (silvereye) bird is absorbedly flying from flower to flower to suck the sweet nectar of these fresh flowers and to fully enjoy its precious share of this spring glory.

According to the ceaseless revolution of our planet earth around the sun, the seasons continue to rotate and everything keeps changing without any break.

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