Ushiku Daibutsu, in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan (The world's 3rd largest statue)
Hitachi Seaside park, Ibaraki, Japan
This picture uses the principle of variety, because it uses more than one of the elements. It uses very bright colors (red), and it also uses lines or pathways (road).
Amazing !! Everything Blue, Nemophila Repin & Like. Thank you . Listen to Noel songs. Noelito Flow.
beauty-rendezvous: “Early morning fog by Or ~ Bow ”
baby blue eyes, Hitachi, Japan via PHOTOHITO
Kochia Hill - Hitachi Seaside Park in Hitachinaka, Ibaraki, Japan
Hitachi Seaside Park - 2013
Hitachi easide Park, Ibaraki, Japan. The flowers are called Baby Blue Eyes (Nemophilia) and can be grown from seed as annuals here!
Cinematic Cosmos Mountain and Kochia at Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan | 19 Reasons to Love Japan, an Unforgettable Travel Destination