24 cherry blossom shots in Vancouver that will take your breath away (PHOTOS)

Have a look at some of the cherry blossoms from around the Lower Mainland

Cherry blossom season has arrived in Vancouver and people are taking to the streets and parks to take snaps of the delicate pink blossoms.

If you are hunting for some places to spot the beautiful blooms, however, ensure that you maintain a safe distance of one to two metres between yourself and other people. This means that crowded viewing locations are absolutely unacceptable. 

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Have a look at some of the most beautiful photos from around the Lower Mainland.


Hope is coming just like these beautiful blossoms🌸. Have a lovely spring season to all🌷🌱

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SPRING ~ It’s officially spring, which is cause for celebration, in spite of everything going on around us. The sun has been shining in Vancouver, which has been a balm to the soul as we keep close to home. DYK: Cherry blossom, or sakura, season in Vancouver is a spectacular time of year as the city’s many ornamental cherry trees burst into delicate pink blooms over the course of several weeks. 🌸 Do you have any spring flowers coming up right now? Stay well my friends. 💖 #thetravellingmom #twisttravelmag #travelinspiration #familytravel #travelinspo #travelwithme #juicedsma #travelstories #lifewelltraveled #traveltagged #travelbook #travelbloggers #travelingtheworld #travelsomeday #veryvancouver #vancouver #spring #cherryblossoms #springtime #pretty #kitsilano #community #explorebc #explorecanada

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Have a look at some of the kooky things people were doing to get photos of cherry blossom photos in Vancouver last year.

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