Weekly Photo Challenge: Transient

 High Park 2013 cherry blossoms

High Park, Toronto. May 2013

I feel like a similar challenge of “transient” has been done before.  Nevertheless, I thought of this photo that I took when I visited the cherry blossoms four years ago at High Park.  Cherry blossoms are always in transient and that’s why it’s so hard to actually capture them.  They’re always changing and there’s only one week in the year where they’re at their peak bloom to really capture them.  You can capture them in all stages of transition though..  It’s just that most people enjoy them when they’re fully bloomed. 😛

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16 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Transient

  1. close2local says:

    Great shot! It can be difficult to capture the beauty of the cherry blossoms amongst the large crowds of people in High Park now a days.

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  4. smkelly8 says:

    I do think if anyone knows about Japanese culture, the first thing that comes to mind when they hear “transience” is sakura or cherry blossoms — so pretty and so fleeting. Great post.

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