May 04

Cherry Blossoms at Wulai.

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Back in March, I mentioned that we decided to stay in Taipei for cherry blossom viewing (also known as hanami). We headed to Wulai (烏來) in hope of trees in full bloom but I think we went a little too late – the sakura went into bloom so much earlier this year! It was brutally hot when we arrived at almost noon, although I don’t think you can really tell in these pictures, thanks to the blueish tones of the Solaris film. We spent about an hour walking around waterfalls and gondola area before heading to the Old Street in the afternoon but that’s another post all together.

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Negative0-35-2A(1)Ferrania Solaris 100, Canon FTb


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12 comments

  1. Sara says:

    Such a beautiful landscape :) i love the solaris colors!

  2. Awono says:

    Red cherry blossoms are so mesmerizing!!.
    And me too loving the color of this film.Sad we don’t get them here.

    • Katie says:

      Won’t you let me know your address so I can send you a couple of rolls of Solaris film? I’d love to see the pictures you take with this film! :)

  3. tiffany says:

    wow the place looks amazing!! pict 1 of the cheery blossom <3

    • Katie says:

      Although there aren’t going to be cherry blossoms when you visit, it’s still worth it to put Wulai into your itinerary! :)

  4. Tanit says:

    Pink and pink, sometimes spring does not seem real! So beautiful!

  5. eve says:

    I need to catch cherry blossoms. Somewhere. Anywhere!

  6. Karina says:

    I would love to see Japanese cherry blossoms in person! These shots are beautiful, thank you!

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