Tokyo-based photographer Danilo Dungo makes use of drones to just take stunning photos of Japanese cherry flowers. Every springtime, he visits the Inokashira Park to appreciate the blossoms, and even though regular photography capture the park’s beauty, the drones reveal another thing completely.
When seen from a good height, the pond Inokashira Park pond seems to be entirely covered in flowers! Resembling pollen in a river stream, the blossoms turn the lake a surreal red, a view unseen by many prior to the drone age. Make sure you browse Dungo’s other pictures during the nationwide Geographic link the following!