Sunday Photo; blossoms and pagodas Posted on April 17, 2011April 17, 2011 by Joseph The trail up the small hill at Waujeongsa is lined with some very interestingly designed pagodas. In April, when the cherry blossoms are in bloom, they become magical! To share this post:ShareFacebookTwitterRedditPrintEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related Published by Joseph View all posts by Joseph
6 thoughts on “Sunday Photo; blossoms and pagodas”
This is stunning! We have cherry blossoms here, but alas, no pagodas to complement them so deliciously.
We even had a cherry blossom festival here last week on Salt Spring. It was great fun, with a shakuhachi flute player and ikebana demo, a talk by a Japanese landscape architect.
what a scene! i’m sure Caspar David Friedrich would have unpacked his paint-brushes here.
Beautiful! No Cherry Blossoms here… It snowed yesterday! 😦
so beautiful…! Thank you, Joseph!
What a magical shot – thanks
Sorry, I just realized a whole week went by, and I didn’t respond to any of you…
ZDS – Any chance the Japanese landscape architect could design a pagoda? ^_^
Evelyn – I had to look up Caspar David Friedrich *^^* Thank you for sharing his name, aren’t his images amazing?!
Genju – being from Nova Scotia, I can empathize! There’s a reason besides the cherry blossoms that I love the spring here so much, it doesn’t let the winter linger!
Renée & Micheal – thank you, too! ^_^