#11: Iwakuni – Cherry Blossoms

The weather has been a bit gloomy lately but it doesn’t take anything away from the scenery here during cherry blossom season.  In Iwakuni, the Kintai-kyo Bridge is a historic landmark across the Nishiki River which is surrounded by a number of cherry blossom trees.  Not a ton of explanation needed for this post, hope you enjoy the pictures!  Incredible views.

-Stephen <-Link to Profile

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