Posted by: mynaturaldiary | May 14, 2016

Hanami at Highcliff Nab

Hanami (花見) is the tradition of enjoying the transient beauty of the cherry blossom flowers on the tree.

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Against the backdrop of Highcliff Nab, the blossom returns; permanence and transience.

This year coincides with the annual carpet of yellow that adorns the grassy banks at the side of the roads from the dandelions.

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