Cherry blossom turns a river into pink in Japan

10 May 2016 Corno van den Berg

The yearly return of the cherry blossom in Japan is mostly photographed from the ground. But this time you'll see it from the air. And it's majestic. A river turns pink....

The photos are made by Danilo Dungo. The Tokyo-based photographer visits the Inokashira Park every year to see the Sakura trees in blossom.




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