god man your making the itch i have about going to japan (and refraining from doing so until its the right time) harder to scratch. dam good pic there.
These look so delicate. Are they fragrant, as well? When you get a free minute, can you tell me how you got your name embossed on the photo? I might like to do that with mine, too.
Ooh, very pretty! The trees here are getting ready to burst, and I can't wait!
Thanks Cath. :)Nessie, but when is the right time? ;PAndi, it's fun to live in a culture that reveres the coming of spring- and when the trees blossom it's a major event to celebrate!
Les, I didn't notice so I'm guessing they don't have a strong fragrance. I tend not to sniff too deeply though, the hayfever factor and all, so I'm not a good authority. And the plum blossoms are actually a bit hardier that the cherry blossoms. The Japanese love cherry for that reason, they're so fragile, and transient. As for adding my name to the picture, it's a software thing. But I'll send you an email about it later today.
It's a nice shot. My hayfever is already in full blossom. I got my first whiff in Kōchi a couple of weeks ago.
They're just beautiful, like little brides...
Adekun, hayfever does tend to put a damper on spring, doesn't it? Lotus, :)
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