The cherry blossoms (or sakura, as they're called in other parts of the world) are temporary, fleeting phenomenon that come around in the early days of spring and are all but gone within two weeks of arriving. In many ways these stunning pink and white vistas are a reminder that very few things in life are permanent, but rather that the most beautiful experiences are transient, requiring us to enjoy them when they come around. Enjoy this photo set from the Jinhae Cherry Blossom festival in Gyeongsamnamdo, South Korea.
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