In fact the last typhoon showered 2,400mm during four days regionally ( southern part of Nara prefecture and Wakayama prefecture).
I offer my condolences for the people who suffered damage.
It was not a small change at all. On seasonal matters ,not so big change must be a lucky one.
A tiny spider ,which is up side down , looks floating in air and aiming the watery sky instead of waiting for his prey, before the arrival of the typhoon.
It cleared up at last.
Textoria trifida , Kakure-mino in Japanese, blooms without any particular distinction,
though a little butterfly found it. We can see some sort of butterflies until late in autumn.
Before, I made this tanka when I saw a butterfly in cooler season.
A sandy little butterfly
on a stone flew away
and has gone,
I felt faint cold on my back
like the butterfly flew away
My neighbour's dogwood tree began to bear some red fruits, while some of them are still whitey.
The red ones are starlings' favourite and they will be gone sooner by the birds who were waiting for their riping.
My neighbour gave me some seeds of Cardiospermum halicacabum, Fūsen-kazura in Japanese, which has many orange coloured tiny paper balloon (fūsen)-like flowers during summer.
Each has a white heart mark on it.
I will check the suitable season for sowing the seeds.