March 11, 2011


There are cherry trees alleys in High Park here in Toronto. Japan has a wide variety of cherry blossoms. It is also known as "Sakura".
My heart goes out to the people of Japan.

23 comments:

  1. Yes - our hearts, prayers and thoughts for recovery, safety and encouragement for all of Japan!

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  2. My heart just breaks watching the news. You photograph is so lovely.

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  3. Yes it is so sad, just one thing after another. Just love this photo. Diane

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  4. Kyllä oli hirvittävä tapaus. Sitä ei täällä Suomen maaperällä oikein ymmärrä. Kuusamossakin joskus mittaavat pieniä 'tärinöitä'.
    Kaikkea mahdollista apua Japaniin.
    Kirsikkakukkiesi myötä osanottoni katastrofialueen ihmisille...

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  5. A lovely tribute to the people of Japan Olga :)

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  6. Perfect post. I like the beautiful bright colors. They signify hope.

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  7. Lovely post Olga and your cherry blossoms are indeed a sign of hope to those affected by yet another natural disaster. My prayers and sympathy to all in Japan.

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  8. Lovely photograph, the cherry trees are very pretty.
    My thoughts are with the people of Japan as well.

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  9. This photo is lovely. My heart is breaking for the people of Japan. I am praying for them all after this horrible tragedy.

    PS. Thank you for the kind words you left on my blog.

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  10. I deeply thank for your warm heart and thoughts...

    From Japan, ruma

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  11. What a lovely post and tribute to the people of Japan, my heart goes out to them.

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  12. So does my heart my dear, Lets pray for the Japonese people

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  13. That is a lovely way to get your feelings across and also the feelings of your readers too. x

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  14. Oh Olga, such a beautiful tribute and signal that Japan is with each of us ... and to say it with cherry blossom, delicate and fragrant.

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  15. Thank you everyone for responding to this post. We all hope that the people of Japan will overcome this disaster. One tends to think of friends when things like that happen. I am glad that everyone I know in Japan is alive and well. I wish my fellow bloggers from Japan to overcome this situation.

    Kiitos kaikille vastata tähän viestiin. Toivomme kaikki, että ihmiset Japanin voittaa tämän katastrofin. Yksi taipumus ajatella ystäviä tuollaista tapahtuu. Olen iloinen, että kaikki Tiedän Japanissa elää ja voi hyvin. Toivotan kollegani bloggaajia Japanista tilanteen ratkaisemiseksi.

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  16. Hi Olga, I'm very happy because of your comment in my blog. I have discovered your work and it's really lovely, the sculptures are absolutely fantastics. It is great to meet you.

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  17. Hi Monica,
    When I found your blog some time ago, I did the whole obsessive compulsive thing where I went back all of your old posts:) I would love to know your better and I admire your photography.
    Thanks very much for popping over to my blog!

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  18. This photo is full of light; it brings hope. Hope is light in feelings.

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  19. Hi Jorge Muñoz,
    You are absolutely right. Light makes everything bearable. Thank you for the compliment about my photo.

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  20. Beautiful photo-art Olga!
    Congratulations

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  21. Hi Antonio Machado ,
    Thank you for your encouragement. It is very much appreciated.

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  22. what a beautiful photo ! Japan is in our minds !

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  23. Hi Marty,
    Thanks so much.
    All these invents in Japan are devastating.

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