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Vancouver has started to bloom with beautiful cherry blossoms, and it seems that even in the midst of a global pandemic, some people are still willing to do whatever they can to capture the perfect shot of the annual spring sight.
At least, that’s the case according to the Instagram account Cherry Blossom Madness, which captures said madness in one East Vancouver neighbourhood.
The account’s creator, Lele Chan, told Daily Hive in a previous interview that she works from home and often sees the “silly poses and masses of people from my living room window.”
And while she said in a post on Thursday that things are still “super quiet” compared to previous years, the season has “definitely begun.”
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In a separate post, Chan says she does not enjoy crowds or noise, so “the [cherry blossom] season is rough for me.”
She created the account to “try to make the best of it and find humour in my situation.”
Only time will tell just how crazy the photos get this year.