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【2005.12.20 Tuesday 】 author : スポンサードリンク
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Nandina on the way to Yoshidayama
1110吉田山のナンテン

The color is rather vermilion than just red.
Its deep color tells us that autumn has come.
【2004.11.10 Wednesday 19:45】 author : walking
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The color is so rich, I can almost imagine that the berries are tart in taste.
| tom | 2004/11/13 1:23 PM |
By the way, your English is getting noticably better. You're the first non-native English user that I have heard use the word "vermillion".

:)
| tom | 2004/11/13 1:26 PM |
Dear Tom
People in Western countries may think of Christmas when seeing these red berries.

Am I getting better? It is great!
To be honest, I look up my dictionary and find "vermillion".
| walking | 2004/11/16 1:09 AM |
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