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Free Cherry Blossom Wallpaper For iPhone and iPad

With the cherry blossoms blooming this week around much of Japan, I thought it might be nice to share a free cherry blossom background for everyone to enjoy on their phones. I’ve sized this especially for current iPhones and iPads, but I’m sure you can find something here that will work on a number of...

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    Floating Cherry Blossom Petals

    This Spring toward the end of cherry blossom season my family was out to pick up some dinner, and as we took a shortcut through a local shrine I saw these petals floating in a little basin that had filled with water. The lighting was working well, and I really liked the color and lines...

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      Satte Cherry Blossom Festival

      I’ve shared many photos here before from cherry blossom season in Japan, but many of these photos come from Tokyo. Tokyo is, of course, a lovely city with some great sakura viewing spots, but having lived in several different places in Japan, I know that the feel of the season in the city and the...

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      Cherry Blossoms In Shibakoen

      This photo is another from a photo story I did for Japan Travel, in association with the Prince Park Hotel in Tokyo. They wanted some photos of cherry blossoms around the Shibakoen area, as it is where the hotel itself is located. I was happy to oblige because (as you probably know) I love photographing...

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        Death of a Sakura

        This photo is one of the first ones I took during this year’s cherry blossom season around Tokyo. I went out early one morning to Shinjuku Park, where thankfully several trees had already begun to bloom quite beautifully. For whatever reason, this full flower had fallen off and landed on the soft green moss beneath....

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