FROM THE GARDEN OF ZEN
My photographic notes about the four seasons in Kamakura or the gardens of Zen
February 25, 2018
White ume blossoms: Engaku-ji
Against the bright blue sky of early spring, the countless white blossoms of ume are in full bloom to nobly declare the arrival of this long-awaited season.
The rugged branches of the aged ume tree are persistently struggling to seek the sun and are drawing the flowing curves like the calligraphy of a Zen priest in the air.
The refreshing fragrance of blossoms is faintly floating here, which makes me confirm the awakening of beautiful spring.
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