Thank you to everyone who has submitted photos this year.
It was a bit of a bumpy ride leading up to the bloom, but as you can see from these beautiful photos that so many people managed to capture, even with half of the blossoms wiped out by the cold temperatures in the weeks before peak bloom, the cherry trees still put on a wonderful show.
There have been more reader photos submitted this year than ever before, and unfortunately I can't post all of them. But thank you again to all who shared their photos, and here's the final installment to follow on from part 1 on Wednesday and part 2 yesterday.
This is going to wrap up the coverage of the main cherry blossoms for this year. If you're interested in the Kwanzan cherry blossoms, do be sure to check back in on the website in coming days–I'll be posting some updates there. Otherwise, hope you can all join us again next year!
6 thoughts on “Reader Photos 2017 | Part 3”
Wow – beautiful pictures! Anybody have a photo from today (Friday), a “final curtain” post wind storm?
Thank you for this page! This was my daughter’s first spring living in D.C. & with your help I was able to time my visit from Texas for the peak bloom. It was fabulous, so I can’t imagine what a “normal” year must look like? And it’s extra special to see one of her photos on your page!
Glad it was helpful!
I really love how these pictures turned out. It really made my day! :3
Wow – beautiful pictures! We landed March 27 and they were in full bloom. Everyone should have this event on their bucket list.
Lovely, thank you for curating and for updating us so well these past weeks.
Anybody have a photo from today (Friday), a “final curtain” post wind storm?