From stormy Sweden to mild Japan

Last week started with a storm and the day after there was quite lot of trees fallen. When I went to the bus stop I saw that one of the high trees in the crossing was broken. Happy I wasn´t there when it happened. On thursday I went to Japan  so this posting is about weather in four countries. When I went to Kastrup, Denmark it was an ordinary overcast november morning and the weather was the same in Finland where I landed for a brief stop in the afternoon. During the night the plane flew eastwards over Russia towards morning where we were met by a glimpse of Mount Fuji in the distance. The weather in Nagoya, Japan, was considerably warmer during the daytime and my winter coat was too warm. Circa twenty degrees Celsius during the day and circa ten degrees during the night. The weather changed between clear, overcast and rainy and the air was quite humid. I also made a visit to the makakes in the monkey park in Arashiyama in Kyoto and to the Korankei Gorge and came home on a very long yesterday on a plane flying just ahead of darkness over Russia. The darkness caught us at Helsinki Airport.  And then on to the last leg of my journey to Copenhagen and over the bridge to Sweden.To see the full pictures click on the thumbnails and follow the picturetrail. More pictures at Our World Tuesday and Skywatch.

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10 thoughts on “From stormy Sweden to mild Japan

  1. I know it’s frustrating to have to deal with different kinds of weather in a short time (what do I pack??) but I love your pics -especially thw 2 reflections – the trees, and night life – beautiful!

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    1. Thank you! I was told it had started to get colder in Nagoya but it wasn’t as cold as I expected most of the time. I wish I had something leightweight to pack so I could be prepared for any temperature. But the nights are rather cold especially if you live in an apartment where the only heat is an AC and single glass in the windows. I wish you a great weekend!

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