As we head into Autumn from lets face it a pretty abysmal summer I decided to look back through my archive of images from earlier this year. Wow didn’t we have a lovely March here in Ireland! I don’t really remember so many Cherry Blossoms from my childhood although maybe I just wasn’t as observant then. Nevertheless now they seem to be everywhere. Spring seems to be about Cherry Blossoms now more then Tulips, at least where I live. And why not, they are absolutely gorgeous when in flower. This image was captured during a little walkabout around my local park which is drenched in pink during Spring.
Author: John Dunnehttps://www.johndunne.ie
John Dunne is an internationally recognized landscape photographer based in Dublin, Ireland who specializes in capturing the many varied landscapes and seascapes of his homeland. He is passionate in his pursuit to share not just a visual representation with his art, but also a sense of the spirituality of these ancient and diverse locations. John has been published in both print and on the web, and has been commissioned by government and corporate clients.