Yesterday, we had terrible gusty winds, which was almost 25 or 30 mps. ( American people, this is not mile....instead of mile, this is meter.)
We felt like unseasonal typhoon was hitting Japan. I came back around 5 pm holding an umbrella whose bones were little bended by blast. It was also raining.
Today, the sky was clear blue and sun came out.
Usually, cherry blossoms bloom around the last week of March, but this year, we had unusual weather, so its blooming was slow.
Near my place, there is little stream where cherry trees are set along with.
Lovely, refreshing afternoon. I needed to get some food stuff at supermarket and enjoyed walking the area watching these seasonal flowers.
Cherry blossoms are so important for Japanese, when we can see this flower, we feel Spring Has Come! Also, it lasts only for a week at the longest. This fragile, delicacy is also precious.