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On a wonderful day when a gust of wind blows occasionally under the clear blue sky after a spring storm, a lot of flakes of cherry blossoms made pink carpets on the path of the park, and they fell fluttering in the gust.
Whenever the gust blew i pushed the shutter button of the camera with 12mm lens put on the ground. i tried various shutter speeds of from 1/50 to 1/1000 since the strength of a wind changed quite often. i managed to get this image in motion blur which many petals were flying whirlingly at the moment which there was nobody miraculously in a 122-degree angle of view.

Taken at Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, which is an oasis of 58.3 hectares in area in central Tokyo. Its overlook can be seen in WS.

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Additional Photos by Hisashi Yuya (hispic) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1239 W: 377 N: 1871] (9619)
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