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Pittencrieff Park – pretty in pink

Pittencrieff Park – pretty in pink

 

Every year, in Spring, Pittencrieff Park comes alive with an extravaganza of colour. Unfortunately, due to the current Covid19 crisis and a lockdown in place, this display of nature at its best will have been missed by many of you. With this in mind we wanted to bring you some highlights from this year’s display with a pick of our favourite images from Instagram.

 

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So finally the pink cherry blossoms have appeared and boy do they look stunning ? #hanami The national flower of Japan, the cherry blossom – or Sakura, represents a time of renewal and optimism. The pops of pink mark the ending of winter and signify the beginning of spring. Due to their quick blooming season, cherry blossoms also symbolize the transience of life, a major theme in Buddhism. I thought I would brighten your sat morning with a splash of colour from my walk yesterday. Have a great day ☺️ #scotlandgreatshots #pittencrieffpark #scotland_insta #scotland #simplyscotland #thisisscotland #visitscotland #visitscotlandnow #outandabout #outandaboutscotland #mindfulness #getoutside #adventure #hike #beach #ukhikers #berghaus #sunshine #love #happy #skyporn #mountains #instagood #photooftheday #bbcscotlandpics #gofurther #sakura #japan #cherryblossom @visitdunfermline @map_my_hike @discover.scotland @natgeo.yourshots

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Cherry Blossom, Pittencrieff Park, Dunfermline.
Cherry Blossom, Pittencrieff Park, Dunfermline. Overlooking Andrew Carnegie’s statue.

 

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