Sunday, March 30, 2008

2008 Cherry Blossom Festival: Contents

I've posted five entries of pictures from this year's Cherry Blossom Festival. You can continue scrolling down to see all of the entries. Or, if you don't want to look at the more than 25 pictures posted here, pick one of the links below and see what you want to see!

To see larger versions of each image, simply click on it.

To see a view of Arlington National Cemetery and the U.S. Air Force Memorial from across the Tidal Basin, click here.

To see the Washington Monument with cherry blossoms, click here.

To see the Jefferson Memorial and the Tidal Basin with cherry blossoms, click here and here.

To see close-ups of the cherry blossoms, click here.

Thank you for visiting! I hope you enjoyed this glimpse at Washington, D.C.'s, loveliest time of the year.

4 comments:

Dusty Lens said...

Beautiful! All of your photos! March is such a spectacular month to visit DC with the Cherrys in bloom.

Fénix - Bostonscapes said...

Oh so very beautiful. Thanks so much for posting all that beauty, what a treat! I'll try to return the favor in a few weeks.

Have a nice week ahead. :)

gizelle said...

You also have Hanami there? Cool! I am yet to view the sakura here, they haven't fully bloomed yet =D

REally pretty especially the last one in the set 'just the blosoms' with the dreamy effect!

Thanks Janet, I really feel glad seeing the photos!

D.C. Confidential said...

DL: Thanks! March and April are pretty nice around here. By early July, I'm cursing the weather, so it's nice to have some pleasant weather for a while.


Fenix: Can't wait to see Boston in all its spring finery!


Gizelle: Yep, we do. And we have over 6,000 trees that can be enjoyed! I'm glad these pictures made you glad...