These marvelous pictures of blooming Sakura will take you to a fairy tale of Japanese spring
Have you ever seen Sakura in spring? This photographer went to the birth place of this tree and took charming pictures. If you want to see a real pink fairy tale called Japanese spring you need to look at these photos!
When spring begins nature wakes up after a long winter dream. The colors become brighter, trees come into leaves, birds appear on the streets and start singing. There are lots of countries the nature of which comes to life and pleases people's eyes in spring.
This year a photographer and traveler from Russia Kristina Makeeva went to Japan to see famous cherry blossom. She took extremely beautiful pictures of the country, its spring landscapes and of course Sacura. Watch and enjoy!
Do you like cherry blossom? What do you think about these pictures? Share your point of view in the comments below.
QUIZZCLUB GRANTED PERMISSION TO USE PHOTOS BY KRISTINA MAKEEVA.
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