Spring is Here !!!

Everyone asks me what the places you can visit in Spring Time. So I am putting my choices on the front. You all can decide which place you want to visit. As been said.

“Spring is nature’s way of saying let’s party.” — Robin Williams

Here are my some picks which I believe will be best.

1. Antelope Valley, California

Spring flower destination is the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve, about 80 miles north of LA, near the town of Lancaster. Brilliant color even in down years that, due to the winter haze. It’s between the Tehachapi and snow-capped San Gabriel Mountains at the western edge of the Mojave Desert, the stunning scenery can be taken in via eight miles of trail.

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2. Texas Hill County

In this vast expanse of real estate extending west from Austin and north, the rolling terrain of Texas Hill Country pops in spring when the bluebonnets come into full bloom. Peep the bright blues, whites, yellows, and purples sprouting up from the grassy hills along endless miles of two-lane Texas tarmac, passing through dusty old cowboy towns with spectacular caverns, rivers, and swimming holes up along the way.


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3. Cherry Blossoms Festival, Washington D.C

This festival every year happens on 2nd or 3rd week of April, its one of the most beautiful time to visit Washington DC. Have a booking of hotel or Airbnb as early as February, There are many websites which keep on updating the cherry blooms progress.


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4. Brooklyn Botanical Garden, Brooklyn NY

Must visit place if you are on the east coast and especially if you are staying the neighboring state of New York. They have the cherry blossom festival every year, and it usually happens at last week of April. Make sure you carry a good camera and good jackets because the weather many times are windy. Below are some of the click which I captured last year.

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