A Beautiful Spring Rhapsody Of Sakura and Nemophila Flowers In Fukuoka Prefecture
In Hakata City, Fukuoka Prefecture, there’s a large, sprawling, family-oriented national park stretching about six kilometers on a narrow sandbank called Uminonakamichi Seaside Park 海の中道海浜公園. A favorite among both locals and tourists, it has numerous attractions, playgrounds, sports fields, a zoo, and flower gardens where you can enjoy flowers all year long.
福岡県 海の中道海浜公園 pic.twitter.com/AaIdYK1HwK
— puraten10 (@puraten10_japan) April 7, 2019
When Japanese photographer puraten10 (@puraten10_japan) visited recently, he witnessed a sight which he could not resist to capture with his camera: a breathtakingly beautiful collaboration between the gentle, blue hues of the nemophila flowers (also known as baby blue eyes) stretching far and wide beneath his feet, with a grove of cherry trees blossoming in glorious shades of pink and light red in the background.
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