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Today Is A Lucky Day

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This chapter discusses the author's experience in a walk in Musashiseki Park. The author and her husband enjoyed the surroundings and arrived at the park by walk. Her husband took a small digital camera that day and carried it in his hand. They walked completely around the pond and came across a group of people. Twelve or thirteen Sunday cameramen waited for something with their big telephoto lenses which seemed to have a 20-centimetre radius. They were the kingfisher-watchers. The kingfisher flew with such a beautiful blue color on its back. They photographed the kingfisher. The rippling of the water, the dried twig protruding from it, and the kingfisher were all in the picture. The author and her husband felt little bit sorry for those people who had been waiting for the chance for days and days. They were lucky that day.

Keywords: digital camera; kingfisher-watchers; lucky day; Musashiseki Park

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