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It’s really springtime


It's a beautiful day


Let's go on a picnic today!


And enjoy the blooming sakura

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Happy children

all pictures taken with iPhone using ClassicTOY app.

15 Responses to It’s really springtime

  1. Alicia says:

    It must be amazing to spend some time under those beautiful trees!

  2. Tesia says:

    Japan is still beautiful despite the disasters

  3. Karen says:

    Hello, I would have posted sooner, but my internet has been down. I am so excited for the beautiful artwork I received in the mail. You and your family are very generous and I would encourage everyone to donate to some sort of charity for Japan. Again, I would like to thank you, your son and your husband, all of whom are extremely talented!!
    Does your husband have a website for his art. I have had a few inquiries regarding his work.

  4. Silvia says:

    Seriously the most beautiful sakura ever! Happy spring day with the family, lovely pictures.

  5. Sarah Louise says:

    Beautiful pictures, especially of the sakura! A picnic is such a nice way to spend time :)

  6. “beautiful day…don’t let it get away” U2 :-) lovely images!

  7. M says:

    A picnic is a GREAT idea. I think I’ll do this the coming weekend.

  8. Lacey says:

    Those are some beautiful pictures! & Thanks for the app link, going to add it now. I’ve been using instagram & really like that…

  9. Emily says:

    I’m enjoying the cherry blossoms here in new jersey too! It’s really the only tree thats flowering, at least it reminds me that spring is actually here! Last year I was lucky enough to be visiting DC and see the groves of cherry blossoms.

  10. Gracie says:

    I love those pictures!! I wish to be there!

  11. Marga says:

    I am very happy to see these picture! Happiness above all! Enjoying the blessings of live!!! XOX

  12. Iveta says:

    I am so happy for You:)Lovely day, beautiful!

  13. nette says:

    Oh, looks like you had a lovely day! Sakura time is one of my favorites, too! Unfortunately, there aren’t so many here in Germany, but I simply have to take a photo every time I pass a sakura tree. :)

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