Cherry Blossom Festival in Newark, New Jersey (these photos are from 2018, the festival this year is April 6, 2019)
Branch Brook Park is located in my hometown of Newark, NJ. Branch Brook Park was created in 1895 making it the first county park in the nation. It has the largest collection of cherry blossom trees in the world… more than Washington, DC and more than Japan. The cherry trees were a gift donated in 1927 by Caroline Bamberger Fuld. BBP is 360 acres and has almost 5000 cherry trees. The Cherry Blossom Festival runs for two weeks beginning April 6, 2019.
If you’re in the area go and enjoy the beauty of over 5,000 cherry trees in bloom
(Branch Brook Park)
I love glass, looking at or through it or touching it, I find beauty in all forms of glass, and so with that being said you’d think I’d be sharing pictures of beautiful glass things but I’m not. I’m sharing a glass experience that even though shattering still had a beauty to it.
It was a quiet morning until it wasn’t. There was a popping noise and a crackling sound! Our sliding door went from…
this to this
It actually was really pretty when the sun shone through it.
The glass people came, taped the glass door and moved it carefully to their truck.
As you can see the glass started to fall like sand in an hourglass.