Tuesday, March 9, 2010

A Morning At Square One

When the sun rises, it is a beautiful sight as the light shines on the mountains and rice fields as everything outside awakens for another day. It is also very nice inside Square One as everything warms up and walls reflect the light wonderfully. See for yourself.....




below: Nagayamadake and Toumadake from Square One.

9 comments:

Norman Delaney said...

GORGEOUS!
The interior looks New Mexico Adobe Style.
Very relaxing.

b.m.t. said...

Thank you, Norman. We look forward to having you out to Square One soon!!

Federica said...

So wonderful! *_* Insides seem so warm and comfortable *_* Fantastic sight too!

b.m.t. said...

Domo arigato, Federica! We look forward to your eventual visit, too!!

Rodan said...

Thanks for posting, it looks fantastically gorgeous. Nice! Exponentially NICE!

b.m.t. said...

Thank you, Ronna! I will gaurantee that you will LOVE the next post. I'm just waiting for Maiko to send me the picture and then I'll post it.

b.m.t. said...

To everyone who is reading this blog,

We are just normal people (although the cat is a bit abnormal) and we certainly aren't professional photographers. Consequently, while we are able to post some nice pictures every once in awhile, the pictures NEVER do justice to what it's like to actually be inside Square One. We sincerely look forward to people coming to visit!! When you arrive, we do a tour of the downstairs first as a (delicious) appetizer and then head up to the 2nd floor for the "main course". We love to watch and hear the reactions of (old and new) friends when they experience the beauty of Square One. So, yeah, get over here and check it out!! :)

Bomber, Maiko & Toby

Norman Delaney said...

I'll bring my professional Canon X3 DSLR when I come to visit, and give you a CD or DVD of all the photos that I shoot. I'm looking forward to it. Still a bit too busy right now, though.
See ya soon!

b.m.t. said...

Sounds good, Norman. That's sounds like a great plan for we'd kill (err...slightly injure for nobody wants to kill) two birds with one stone if you came by with your professional photography skills. That said, the race is on, tho, as I am guessing two other pro's will be coming by in the next month. Yasu from Niseko and Ryan from wherever he is (Cambodia or Thailand at last check). ;)