First Time Experience with University of Washington’s Cherry Blossoms

With some time to spare between errands and a looming naptime, Bergen and I decided to make a quick stop at the University of Washington Quad to view the amazing display of cherry blossoms.  These blooms put on quite a show every spring, but after living here in Seattle for almost 8 years, this was actually my first time (and Bergen’s) witnessing the event. Sure I see the trees on our walks in the neighborhood, and other areas around town.  Now I know though: The Cherry Blossoms in the Quad are different.  It’s really an experience! And the beauty took my breath away.

University of Washington Cherry Blossoms

 

Close University of Washington Cherry Blossoms

University of Washington Cherry Blossoms

 

Bergen loved running around on the brick pathways.  He had a huge smile on his face the entire time, and I think he quite enjoyed all the people running around snapping photos and making a fuss.

Cherry Blossoms UW Quad Kate Spiller

 

However, he really didn’t care much about looking up, so the cherry blossom display didn’t really matter to him.  He had other interests.  What’s so great about a few cherry blossoms? He’d rather investigate a puddle.

Puddle University of Washington Cherry Blossoms

 

Where in the world have you witnessed a spectacular Cherry Blossom display? Tell us about it! 

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This post is part of Photo Friday on Delicious Baby.

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4 thoughts on “First Time Experience with University of Washington’s Cherry Blossoms

    • Thanks for stopping by! We had a gorgeous day…sun was just deciding to make an appearance so it was perfect timing. Looking forward o checking out your site more.

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