This spring has produced a magnificent crop of cherry blossoms! I have always been fond of cherry blossoms ever since as a small child I played under the canopy of pink trees in front of my parents' home.
The problem with cherry blossoms is how fragile they are. They bloom in late April and early May for only a few weeks, and then are blown away by the wind and rain.
As I walked in Musser Park in Lancaster, PA today, I saw a beautiful tree with many of its blossoms still intact. The wind and storms of the last few days have made many of Lancaster's streets and sidewalks a lovely pink with a carpet of petals - but only for a day or two.
The sidewalk beneath this tree was a carpet of pink, and I decided to try to preserve the moment...
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