Cherry Blossoms at Sunrise (Batch 3)

And some more!



This above is a shot of the 300-year-old Japanese Stone Lantern, presented to the United States in 1954, by Sadao Iguchi, the Japanese Ambassador, given to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the first Treaty of Peace, Amity and Commerce between the United States and Japan in 1854.  The The National Cherry Blossom Festival officially is opened by the lighting of the Lantern.






3 comments:

Courtney Barr - The Southern Princess said...

Sara - each time you are posting I grin at those pink and white blossoms...absolutely charming! They are like cotton candy for nature. love it!

Sara McClung ♥ said...

Courtney I grin every time you comment =)

Derek Molata said...

That first pic is GORGEOUS!

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