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Okay, are you sick of Sakura yet? I promise this is the second-to-last post featuring it! This is more of a general compilation of some areas around Fujioka I took pictures at!

The first is a shrine near the grocery store I go to on my way home. I’ve been to it a number of times because it has a kindergarten right next to it, and therefore is interesting in its contrast. It also has a bunch of really gorgeous flowers, so I had a lot of fun practicing flower pictures with my new camera!

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The twin trees outside the shrine

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Pink views from across the street

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Leading in

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These flowers actually bloomed pretty early, so you can already see the flowers mixed with green.

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All different shades of pink!

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The yochien next door!

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These and the following pictures are actually from right before Korea, so early blooms indeed!

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I’m pretty sure they have every kind of pink flower possible!

These pictures are outside a shrine and government building we saw once when Kenji and I were driving around for errands. Its beginning to be the end of the season in these, so petals are following and gathering in pink drifts.

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The row of trees

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As you can see, the parking lot is pretty much littered with petals.

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Still plenty to fall though!

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Look like they’re wearing pink skirts!

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Sakura drifts, which just like fall leaves, you just have to play in them!

Okay, that’s the end of the sakura posts I swear! I have one more post that features a few, but they wont be the main topic. *whew* Sakura season is short but intense!

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