Onuma is still flooded.

Upon climbing the steep slope, I was greeted by the sight of scarlet Sorbus matsumurana leaves around the point where the incline decreases. Then, coming into the marshland dotted with ponds,
I found the contrast created by the yellowish brown marshland and the blue sky reflected on the water to be most beautiful. It was a scene that can only be enjoyed this time of year.
Photos: Upper woodland on the Numanohara trail (left) and Numanohara Marshland (right) Sep. 3