Japanese Spring

28 March 2016 ● less than 1 min read ● 1 image
Japanese Spring

Being able to photograph the Sakura blooming is an experience hard to describe. During all the trips prior to moving to Japan I was never able to see the arrival of Spring, even last year when I just arrived I only missed it for a few days. This early blooming Kawazu Sakura was unexpectedly found on the way back of my street photography lunch breaks, in a small park hidden park in the middle of Yoyogi 4-chome near Hatsudai. I hope you can enjoy it as much as I do!

Lori Ono - Photographer in Tokyo, Japan Lori Ono Photographer 3 April 2016

Nice! 90% of the time I photograph sakura the sky is dark and moody. I think over seven years I've had blue skies for sakura photos twice.

So tempting to skip work when the blossoms are out on a blue sky.

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Alex Abian

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Hello! My name is Alex, and I am a creative photographer. I shoot people, gigs, bands, lifestyle and whatever inspires me.

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