Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Photo: The White Blossoms of Granville Square

It's finally, finally, finally spring in Vancouver, and it feels like we've got more sunlight and blue skies in the last week than in the last month before that. All over the city the cherry blossoms are appearing, like flowers growing out of thin branches, and some have already begun to fall on the sidewalks. The cherry trees down at Granville Square are producing starkly white blossoms this year, almost a last gentle reminder of winter.

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