Cherry blossoms are a characteristic that spring is here. The cities get covered in the cool shade of pink giving a very warm vibe around. However, no where else can we spot more cherry blossoms than in Japan. This country it is known for its Sakura cherry blossoms that cover the country all around. One beautiful sight we have seen lately of these flowers has been shared by photographer Danilo Dungo. Dungo captures the beauty of Tokyo’s blossoms from the bird’s-eye view.
Although there is a short period in March or April when the trees are covered in bright pink, this photographer managed to get some incredible shots of petals that have fallen in the water. The scenery that it offers is quite breathtaking. It looks like someone was purposefully trying to paint the water in a galaxy themed color. Even though the cherry blossoms last only for a short period of time, Dungo’s shots have immortalized that scene forever, and you can check them out on his National Geographic Your Shot page. Scroll down below to check out this spectacular moments of cherry blossoms spread all over the water.