Cherry Blossom

Sunday, 25 March 2012







Same as last year and the year before I'm afraid.
But how could I resist such a good photo op?

14 comments:

  1. We are experiencing the same beautiful beginning of spring here. Those photos are so pretty.

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  2. Wow, what gorgeous pictures! I'd say make cards from them.
    Breathtaking!

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  3. What stunning photos of cherry blossom! How right you were not to resist putting them up on your blog. England is so advanced this year with spring blooms, it seems incredible. Things are moving more slowly here, though the chestnut buds are just starting to open.
    Thanks for sharing your gorgeous pink blossom!

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  4. That is the one thing I miss from out old home the gorgeous cherry blossom and the lilac.

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  5. Amazing photographs!

    I love taking photographs and cherry blossom is so pretty. It feels much further along in the season than it really is. Today was almost like a Summer day!

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  6. Too right - I shall be blogging blossom when ours bursts into bloom as well - too pretty to ignore :)

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  7. So pretty Sue, and great images :D We haven't got any fruit trees in the garden but the hedgerows here are full of wild cherry, plum and damson and are beginning to look pretty fluffy and colourful. I often think blossom is the best part of spring!

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  8. Such perfect soft shades of blue and pink together. Cath Kidston can't compete with the cherry blossom.

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  9. After a few years of blogging, I'm occasionally alarmed at how often things come around. Where is my life going?

    Cherry blossom definitely bears repeating.

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  10. It is right and proper to celebrate each and every year.

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  11. Glad you didn't !!
    Cheers

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  12. Why don't I have one of those in my neighborhood? Why?!?

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  13. Sue you take such amazing photographs - these are beautiful. I am really enjoying all the blossom around the streets, such an uplifting sight. We live near a sewage works (i know, so lucky!!), however the edges of it are planted with lovely trees, many of which are currently loaded with blossom. As we drove past them today my daughter said ' look mummy, it's like everlasting snow.' Anna xx

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  14. It matters not that things are the same as last year and the year before? It is a renewal of hope and all that it brings and I am pleased that you posted new pictures, they are beautiful.

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