Reader Photos 2019 | Part 1

These are some of the beautiful photos of 2019’s bloom of the cherry blossoms that were submitted by Cherry Blossom Watch readers. This is part 1–more to come.

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A big thank you to those who have submitted photos of the 2019 cherry blossoms to share. Unlike some of the other blooms in the recent past, this year was quite drama-free, without late snowstorms and destructive frosts. And with the bloom spanning two weekends–and consistently pleasant weather to boot–it has been a wonderful opportunity for visitors to see and photograph the spectacular display.

There have been a lot of photos submitted, and even after making some selections there are too many for a single post. So I'm breaking it up into a few installments. This is part 1–the others will come later this week.

Thanks again to all who have sent in their photos!

Photo by Megan Bickford
Photo by Julie Savage
Photo by Brittany Frey
Photo by Jin Zhang
Photo by Shannon Grogans
Photo by Janimiya Shaik
Photo by Chris Fukuda Photographer
Photo by Kimberly Akers
Photo by Kristen Runyon
Photo by Gautam Sharma
Photo by Neeraj Gamadia
Photo by Michelle Larkin
Photo by Stacy Lester
Photo by Sarah Loeffler
Photo by Connie York
Photo by Marion Emslie
Photo by Nausheen Khan
Photo by Elizabeth Smith
Photo by Leigh Crosson
Photo by Sarah Concannon
Photo by Vicky Stephens
Photo by Yvonne Bates
Photo by Jyh Boyette
Photo by Heather Highfill
Photo by Nishant Kumar
Photo by Allan Yue
Photo by Melanie Read
Photo by Bruce keesling

Stay tuned for part 2!

Submitting Photos

There has been an overwhelming response with several hundred photographers submitting their photos. Thank you to everyone who has already submitted photos for consideration. Submissions are now closed.

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