WOW! The first image is especially nice. 🙂
I’m satisfied with the first image…So I’m really glad you liked it. Thank you, Kuujinbo!
Welcome to my website! I’m very glad you feel so…Thank you!
Wow … how beautiful! That first shot is stunning!!!
Hello, Stephen! Thank you very much! I took pains to extract this image which I have.
Wow. So so awe-inspiring beautiful. Lovely.
As I get many inspirations from a cherry tree, I’m really glad to perceive this photograph which has such stimuli. I appreciate your nice words, Dieu.
These are impossibly beautiful. Wow.
Thank you very much, Michael! The cherry blossoms are the most famous flower in all Japan…but the beauty of these are momentary and ephemeral.
Magic. Absolutely stunning, Akanedou.
The spectacle in which the fallen petals drifted the water surface touched my heart…I’m delighted you empathize with. Thank you very much, Karen!
I find these so utterly beautiful. Came back for another gaze. : )
Hello, Patricia! Thank you so much for your comment and visiting my page!
Love them all!
Hello, Lucy! Your kind words makes me happy…Thank you!
Your Sakuras are beyond beautiful!!! 🙂
Thank you so much for your nice words! I’m very glad I can bring you attraction of Japanese cherry blossoms.
So gorgeous! I want to go kayaking there… 🙂
Thank you so much! I feel just like the way you feel too…Since I was not able to ride in the boat, I’m jealous of them.
Beautiful photos – I recently attended the cherry blossom festival in Washington DC, the trees being a present from Japan. Thanks for visiting my blog.
Thank you very much for your comment, Kim! A cherry blossom is a flower which has been loved continuously by Japanese since ancient times. So I would be happy if you liked it.
pinky sakura everywhere so beautiful
Yes, Sakuras are symbolic, and the beautiful scenery fascinates many people.
Amazing. I love all your sets! They’re truly pieces of art.
Thank you for your comment, Benjamin! In Japan, cherry trees have swept many poets off their feet since ancient times. Cherry trees are closely related to Japanese art.
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