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April 03, 2008

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emily

(gasp!)

Zoe

stunning, can't wait to see more of your little tree :)

kirsten

so beautiful, leslie!
love your little tree.

carrie

that all sounds so magical! and your pictures are absolutely amazing.

amy

gosh i so want to visit japan at this time of year! maybe one day...

Pina

So beautiful! I wish I was there, too!

kate

so beautiful!!!! that first picture looks surreal, you really captured a special moment.

Clare

Breathtaking - that first photo is stunning. I hope I one day see them myself. Yay for blossoms!

alice

Wonderful photos!

Kristine

Oh my. That first photo is incredible.

Bianca

simply stunning!

Raina

Beautiful, seriously gorgeous images.

Kirsten

What wonderful photos, Leslie, thank you for sharing hanami with us!

Katherine

Oh I'm so jealous. Thank you for the pictures. There aren't too many of them at all. :-) I was hoping to be in Japan for cherry blossom season this year, but I won't. I should be content with the many plum, cherry and almond trees around here, but somehow it doesn't seem the same.

corrie

oh oh oh transport me there now...beam me up scotty

your photos are just beautiful

Corrie:)

Jen

Holy wow! In the dark. I would love to see that in person one day. The closest we have is DC like that!

Tracy

wow. that is so cool. I love the idea of just enjoying the natural event. its so beautiful to see them all lit up. I wish I could see it in person. Someday. And octopus balls! I have heard of those, and really want to try them too!

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  • i'm leslie. and i lived in japan. with my japanese fella. and i was so happy about that. i am now back in canada. after four and a half years away. i am learning to love this place all over again. h-kun will join me in the fall. which i am very excited about. thanks for stopping by. and taking time to look around. and interact with me. please do not copy anything from this blog without emailing me first. thanks.

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