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LP: Cherry Blossoms



Cherry Blossoms sa Tidal Basin. (Cherry Blossoms at the Tidal Basin.)

Tamang-tama ang timing ng pagdiriwang ng ika-tatlong anibersaryo ng Litratong Pinoy dahil sa kasalukuyan ay ipinagdiriwang din ng Washington, D.C. ang National Cherry Blossom Festival.

Maligayang anibersaryo at maraming salamat sa Litratong Pinoy!

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  1. ang ganda! parang nasa langit :)

    Heto ang aking lahok. Kung maaari po ay paki-like ako sa FB. Maraming salamat!

    Maligayang Anibersaryo LP!

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  2. this is simply breathtaking! napaka-ganda!

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  3. There are so many blossoms that it looks like the trees are covered in snow. Beautiful.

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  4. Cherry and plum blossoms signals spring in Japan, but now it also symbolizes hope. These are my most favorite flowers...I do hop you join the contest. HAppy LP!

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  5. isang araw makakarating din ako sa dc para matunghayan ko ng personal ang ganda nitong mga bulaklak na ito.

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  6. luv the first pic ♥♥. One of the best talaga ang Cherry Blossom Festival!

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  7. hayyy ...ako naman ay nahuli ng ilang araw ng mag bloom ang hinihintay kong sakura dito :( ibang blossom tuloy ang shared ko :)

    Happy LP!

    pear blossom

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  8. ganda naman nito.. :) lalo na yung first photo..:)

    Narito ang aking lahok: The Welder

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  9. These are so beautiful! :) Starbucks has a Cherry blossom theme with their tumblers/mugs here now. Sayang lang that there are no real cherry blossoms here :D

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  10. sana, makapunta ako dyan balang-araw..ang ganda-ganda!! gustung-gusto ko ang unang litrato. galing!

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  11. napaka ganda ng pagkakakuha mo ng mga cherry blossom trees... pang post card!

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  12. Hi! I just got to read your comment in my blog. Thanks for visiting and sorry for replying late! I am going through your blog now. And here are some cherry blossoms across the ocean from the country that gave DC it's cherry trees a hundred years or so ago!
    http://www.fukuokadreaming.com/?p=1028

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