The Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s Cherry Blossom Trees From Above #drone #droneday #CherryBlossoms #Spring
Check out a drone’s eye view of the blooming cherry blossoms. These blossoms usually draw massive crowds but this year we can enjoy them from home. Zen out from Gothamist on YouTube:
The Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s Sakura Matsuri Festival is one of the highlights of our city’s springtime season, and the Garden’s cherry blossoms are at the center of it all. The cherries hit peak just as April turns into May, when — during normal times — thousands of people would swarm the Cherry Esplanade for pictures beneath the twin rows of towering pink trees. Alas, these times are anything but normal, and the BBG has been shut to visitors since March.
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