I came to Meguro River to capture the white Sakura blossoms this year, too. It was one of the biggest memories of Sakura last year to see the tunnel of Sakura blossoms here.
The street along Meguro River is literally full of the white blossoms. I can't see the street anymore! Marvelous!
This is exactly the same place as the memorable shot of last year. The difference is that the blossoms were purplish in the shade. You will find that the inner side of the photo is under the sunlight. You can enjoy the cold colors and the warm colors from here.
I took a vertical shot, too. This is definitely one of the best Sakura tunnels in Tokyo!
Here's one photo from the other side. I came across quite a few people going to their offices and schools this morning. I really envy those who can walk along this river every day.
It is quite interesting to see the cold colors being sandwiched by the warm colors.
I took some macro photos, too. Now most of the blossoms are under the sunlight. It looks like they are trying to express that they've achieved enough power to live a few more days from the sun.
This is a bit similar to the previous photo, but this is clearly different in the original color of the blossoms. The previous one is pure white, whereas the current one is pale pink. I definitely want to learn the names of the various Sakura blosssoms so that I can identify each. It's a pity that I can say I love this Sakura but can't say what it is called.
On this photo, each blossom is like standing on the branch. Sakura blossoms along Meguro River are located in the very lower position so you can easily take macro photos here.
The best shot of today's Sakura is here! I love the combination of various colors on the photo. White, yellow, pink, green, brown and sky blue are all gathering to create this lovely atmosphere.
It was a very short moment to spend here today. But I very much enjoyed taking photos of Meguro River!