Blue heaven as Nemophila flowers come into bloom in Japan’s Ibaraki Prefecture【Photos】

Originally published on Sora News by Casey Baseel

Sign of spring comes with a touching pandemic message from seaside park.

Right now is a special time of year in Japan for lovers of flowers and beautiful scenery…What’s that? Cherry blossom season is pretty much over and done with? Well, yeah, we’re sort of bummed out about that, but what we’re talking about isn’t those pink sings of spring, but these blue ones.

Late April is when the Nemophila flowers, also called “baby blue eyes,” come into bloom, and there’s no better place in Japan to see them than Ibaraki Prefecture’s Hitachi Seaside Park. You

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