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Cherry blossoms,Banks of a NAGAO-River (2020-3)

 I don't know what a spring visit in Europe might look like. However, I have heard such commentary before."One day, when I opened the window, spring was coming!"Sudden beginning of spring! Joy felt by those who have been waiting!If you imagine this through music, perhaps the lively atmosphere of Symphony No. 1 (Schumann) is similar. And after that, the beauty of Beethoven's Spring Sonata!

I live in the land of the relatively calm climate in Japan. I feel the coming of spring from the coming out condition of a climate and the flower which I can observe a little. However, one day only the cherry blossoms make it bloom all at once even if it is such land. It is felt to me like that. At this time, both the name and the reality are released from winter, and spring is felt full.

Unfortunately, the world is not immersed in the joy of spring. The new coronavirus is rampant, in Europe, North and South America, Africa, Oceania, Asia, and Japan.

In the big city of Japan including Tokyo,the infection of this virus is expanding.Until now, my town was peaceful.However,the infection of the virus is gradually spreading here.The future situation is uncertain.

In this situation, I send photos of cherry blossoms. A photo of the cherry blossoms in the land where I live. Not a famous cherry blossom. Society is closed. But everybody here is waiting for the cherry blossoms to bloom. Spring has come to my land.

I send greetings with photos, wishing spring will come to yours land, to society and to your heart.


Copyright: Bibouroku Tabito
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10972x5486
Taken: 06/04/2020
Chargée: 18/04/2020
Mis à jour: 20/04/2020
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Tags: japan; shizouka; cherry blossom
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