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Saturday, April 9, 2011

More Damned Cherry Blossoms

The DC Cherry Blossom Festival continues today with the big parade. It's not the greatest weather for it, being cool, grey and dampish, and the blossoms are long past their peak. So here are some half-hearted reposts of cherry blossom cartoons. The cherry blossom trees around the Tidal Basin, the major players in the Festival, are not really this pink. They're white with a pinkish cast. I point this out so no one's too disappointed, in case anyone's using this as a visitor's guide.





The last one still makes me laugh. Coming up next: something fresher.

3 comments:

Mister Fweem said...

Ew indeed. I'll have to try for the bark concession next year . . .

paul bowman said...

I've lived in Md or NoVa almost all my life and have yet to make it into DC in April. Starting to consider whether there isn't something wrong with me.

mike flugennock said...

I don't know what year you drew the map, but friends from out of town still find it quite useful. Heh, heh.