Sakura in bloom photos taken April 14. Cooler weather and overcast skys kept the Sakura // Cherry Blossoms crowds smaller then Friday in High Park, but that did little to dampen the mood as the beauty of the trees was still easy to see.

Sakura Watch Update – April 14th

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The weather looks to be calling for a rainy Sunday & Monday and usually the rain cause the Sakura // Cherry Blossoms petals to fall much more quickly. I’ll keep an eye on the park next few days and check back here for further updates – if you missed it, the homepage has a new “Sakura Watch” feature where the percentage (%) of visible blooms for each part of the park will be shown.

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  1. Angie says:

    at the Strong Mansion on Sugarloaf Mountain in Maryland. I first met this sweet couple duinrg their engagement session in the cherry blossoms on a chilly morning it snowed! Luckily the weather was much better

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