Reader Photos 2017 | Part 1

Here are some great photos of 2017’s bloom of the cherry blossoms that were submitted by Cherry Blossom Watch readers. This is part 1.

Photo of Washington DC Cherry Blossoms.
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Thank you to all who have already submitted their photos of the 2017 cherry blossoms! There are, as usual, some really lovely shots.

There were a lot of submissions, so I'm splitting them into a couple of posts. Stay tuned for Part 2, which I'll post in the next day or two. And if you'd like to submit your own photos, there's information on how to do it at the bottom of this page. (New submissions are now closed.)

Cherry Blossom Photos 2017
© Jin Zhang
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© Teresa Fowler
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© Ingrid Kaslik
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© Sheila Firmalino
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© Reiko Aruga
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© Bill Huffstutter
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© Kristi Crump
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© Karim Al-Dahdah
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© Erin Loder
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© Ashley Stolze
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© J. E. Travers
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© Cathy O
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© Mini Narayanan
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© Amy Gabriel
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© Marie Charlton
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© Kathleen Harrison
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© Joanna Wallace
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© Roy Venkatesh
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© Shoshanna Cone
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© Jennifer Roberts
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© Phil LeVee
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© Julie Crouser
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© Renee Burgess
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© Njama Jones
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© Michael Schute
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© Dawnna Strassenburg
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© Callie Eidler

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22 thoughts on “Reader Photos 2017 | Part 1”

    • The main ones are done. The Kwanzan cherry blossoms are just starting to bloom. There are fewer of them, but they’re very pretty. More on them here.

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  1. As usual, you were so helpful this year. My favorite shot (though I didn’t submit that one) was the proposal that I shot – It was freezing that day, but it turned out great!!! Thanks again for all your help!

    Theresa

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  2. My first visit to see the cherry blossoms. Got there on April 1st –no April Fool’s joke these trees were amazing.

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  3. I was speaking to someone at the national park service & they hoped that people would enjoy the blossoms without touching them, picking them, climbing on the trees, etc. Perhaps you could post something on your site about appreciating the beauty of the blossoms without touching or damaging the flowers, branches, or trees. Thank you.

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  4. Thanks for all your updates and thanks for using one of mine. I travelled from the UK to see the cherry blossom, so was pleased that they were still there when .I arrived on the 28th March!!

    My photo was taken on my walk from Union Station to the National Mall. I believe it is in Lower Senate Park.

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  5. Thank you so much for sharing the Cherry Blossom updates with all of us! I have been following your updates for years! Love all the information and the photos you posted! I was able to captured these beauties in the last few years has a lot to do with you! Thank you thank you and thank you so much for everything you do!!!

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  6. I have been using this site to determine the dates to visit D.C. every year to see cherry blossoms. I also enjoy seeing the beautiful pictures of cherry trees.

    I hope my pictures will be selected so that others can see. Thanks.

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  7. Your site has been SO helpful this year with regards to blossoms status as well as enjoying your outstanding images!

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