In continuing my series of cherry blossoms for this week, this post will cover the weeping cherry blossoms of Kariya Park, in the heart of the city of Mississauga—just outside of the city of Toronto.
Kariya Park is a little known Japanese garden dedicated to the twin city of Kariya, in Japan. The park is home to a number of cherry blossoms, and at last count, three different types of cherry blossoms. The amount of sakura trees may not be as much as what you will find at High Park in Toronto, but it still offers a unique experience for the park visitors.
I took my Periscope family here yesterday for a photo tour around the park, while taking pictures at the same time, trying to best capture the uniqueness of these weeping cherry blossoms.
I found it much more difficult to try and frame these weeping trees than the regular cherry blossoms at High Park, so I hope I was able to capture the beauty of them with these photos.
Even with having people within the frame, it was quite the challenge to be able to express the beauty of these weeping blossoms.
The front of the park offered these colourful blossoms, which contrasted nicely with the dark fence behind.
And if you’re in doubt as to how to take pictures of these blossoms, we can always just look straight up and enjoy their beauty with this great view.
Kariya Park is located just across the street from the Square One shopping mall, on the South side. Be on the lookout next Spring when these sakura trees will once again bloom.