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The raining cherry blossoms are one of the nicest parts of spring.
I’m going on vacation up in Tochigi for Obon week. But before I go, a photo from this past spring.
It’s always best to try to stand out from the crowd.
It’s the best time to take a walk outdoors.
A temple, weeping cherry blossoms, and the Tale of Heike! All this in today’s post—and more!
An iPhone shot today, one using my favorite camera-replacement app: Hipstamatic.
All good things must come to an end, eh? But what a pretty end!
Jogging under the sakura. What joy!
How thick the someiyoshino are in this photo! Let’s talk about them a bit.
Some weeping cherry blossoms today, shidarezakura (枝垂桜), of type edohigan (江戸彼岸) I think. (I’m far from a flower person, but I learn a little more every year in conversations with other sakura watchers).
Some kawazuzakura, kawazu cherry blossoms, and a sakura haiku.
More kawazu cherry blossoms! Be careful, they’re swarming!
Spring has arrived at last!! Oh, and I’m back from my exile. Hiya ^^