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Weekly Photo Challenge Chaos

©BMHPhotographyTheGardener’sNotebook2016  In response to the Weekly Photo Challenge Chaos by the Daily Post I am going back in time. These photos are from two years ago but they are still very relevant to this topic. Back in 2014 I was exploring Japan and was on the hunt for the best cherry blossom displays. For many years I have admired the art of Japanese garden landscapes and the beauty of the cherry blossom season. These photos are of the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden during the cherry blossom season, I remember feeling overwhelmed by the thousands of people that were out to see the flowers. This to me was chaos, chaos with the vast number of people but the sheer amount of blossoms was unbelievable. There was so many flowers that some areas it looked like there was a thin layer of snow on the ground.
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This was a beautiful chaos. ©BMHPhotographyTheGardener’sNotebook2016Gardenguru spring 2016-38.jpgUntil next time, happy gardening!
By Bonnie-Marie Hibbs
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3 comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge Chaos

  1. I love the image of the little boy. To me, the crowd is the antithesis of the meaning of the flowers. Where is the peace and tranquility they are supposed to bring?

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  2. Beautiful shots!!

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  3. Pingback: Chaos: Caught in the Wires | What's (in) the picture?

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