May 19, 2022 • Leave a Comment
In my blog post last week I mentioned that the sakura (cherry blossoms) trees in Toronto bloomed just in time for Mother's Day. It was still snowing recently in April, and there was a day with heavy rain the previous week, so we were fortunate to see the beautiful blooms!
This year High Park reopened to visitors after a 2-year hiatus due to the pandemic. However, I decided to check out another location where sakura trees can be found in the city. I visited the University of Toronto's downtown campus and found a grove of cherry trees in bloom next to the Robarts Library. It's said that about 70 cherry trees have been planted there.
In addition to the blossom photos that I posted last week, I've created a short video that I would like to share with you. I included some content from my neighbourhood park, where plum blossoms were also in full bloom, and just as pretty.
Enjoy the delicate beauty of sakura blossoms along with relaxing music in the video below. Yes, this is the launch of my YouTube channel - please subscribe to see upcoming content! I've added 2 other videos that I created previously - please feel free to watch them too and click the "like" button if you enjoy them. Thank you in advance for your support!
Keywords: blossoms, cherry blossoms, fine art photography, flowers, photography, rita wong photography, sakura, spring, YouTube
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