Saturday, May 27, 2006

This is one colorful flower, innit? Posted by Picasa

Not to belabor the point, but I finally got some blossoms to shoot on the Anne Frank rose. Posted by Picasa

Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Here's the picture of the tsutsuji way. Posted by Picasa

Now from a different angle. Not too many blooms, but lots of buds. Looks kind of lonely, doesn't it? Posted by Picasa

How about an even better one? Posted by Picasa

Here's a better picture of the Anne Frank rose. Posted by Picasa

Wednesday, May 17, 2006

And more wisteria! Posted by Picasa

Look at all that climbing wisteria in the sugi! Posted by Picasa

Here's a familiar sight: the rotary all decked out with tsutsuji. Posted by Picasa

An Anne Frank rose complete with sign. Where did that come from? Posted by Picasa

Thursday, May 11, 2006

A minstrel on the front lines... Posted by Picasa

Sunday, May 07, 2006

Taro, did what I just said make sense? Posted by Picasa

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

My team, F-dan, had my favorite dance, but they only came in third (sniff). Coincidentally, they also came in third overall, their best showing in years. Posted by Picasa

A-dan had the winning dance and also took the top score for the whole event. Posted by Picasa

...or dancing. This is B-dan, choreographed by a former music club member. They came in second. Posted by Picasa

...or at an angle... Posted by Picasa

...holding each other up... Posted by Picasa

...walking all over each other... Posted by Picasa

...pulling... Posted by Picasa

Teamwork is essential, whether for cheering... Posted by Picasa

Sometimes you have to double-park to see anything. Posted by Picasa

(from left) The principal, trustee, deputy principal, and two vice principals look like they'd rather be at an enkaiPosted by Picasa

The (P.E. department) staff look harried but relieved. Posted by Picasa

There are lots of proud parents on the sidelines. Posted by Picasa

...and here and there a teacher. Posted by Picasa