– Yozakura / 夜桜 –
cherry blossoms in the night
[ Large image on Flickr ]
Oh! it looks like a sea of flowers… so beautiful..
Thank you for your elegant words. I’m so glad.
Excellent lighting technique. A spooky and beautiful visual experience. The cherry blossoms seem to be in motion. The light is dream-like and mysterious. The cherry blossom tree appears to be generating the light. The lighting reminds me of my dream experience accurately. I am surprised I can experience this from the photography work of mozuqu noir. Elegantly spooky.
Thank you for your nice comments. Night cherry blossoms has a strange shimmer. Because, Japanese old tradition says that there are dead bodies buried under cherry trees… But, it’s an unlikely story :D
Beautiful specially through the “dark holes” between the flowers.
Thank you for your cool comments :)
Marvelous clear and dark contrast, compliments!
Thank you! Your compliments are make me happy!
I’ve just discovered your blog… Wow ! yours pictures are amazing !
Thank you for discovered my blog and thanks your nice comments :)
I think this is so beautiful. I’d like to somehow dive into it.
Thanak you. Please be careful when you dive into here! :D
They´re pink clouds in the sky at night, I can see it clearly… :)
I always appreciate your wonderful words. You will have beautiful eyes and mind surely.
Silent the old town . . .
the scent of flowers floating . . .
And evening bell
Oh, wabi-sabi feeling!
Thank you, Mr. Hokusai :)
that’s just beautiful, thanks for sharing
is there any special event to celebrate sakura in your country? I mean apart from sakura itself and its marvelous show that celebrates the triumph of nature and beauty
I wish I could be there to enjoy such a terrific and romantic spell
Special event to celebrate sakura is “hanami / 花見” in Japan. They enjoy eating and drinking with friends, coworkers, or family under the trees. We love the flowers so much because they only bloom for such a short time. Cherry blossoms burst into bloom, die and fall to the ground in a matter of days. Japanese see it as a fragile beauty.
a miracle and a wonder
thanks to You
You are most welcome :)
Beautiful and grim. Congratulations for your spectacular photography ^^
(Happy for know that you’ve enjoyed totoro’s polaroid)
Thank you for the praise. I’m so happy ^^
(Your “totoro’s polaroid” is nice work!)
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