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.


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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