Exploring Plum Blossoms at Ling Peak

Some days ago, Hangzhou snowed without warning, the spring snow. People had expected the snow for nearly an entire winter, but it didn’t snow, only in the coming March it began to snow. 

After dawn, I rushed to the west of the West Lake, inside the Hangzhou Botanical Garden: Lingfeng plum, and did not expect the snow was thicker than that in the scenic spots within the urban area, the entire park covered with a thick layer of snow, echoing with the blossoming red plums, more tender and incomparable.

But the southern spring snow come suddenly and go fast, the snow had melt a lot when only at 9:00 a.m. maybe the ones who got up later even didn’t know there had been a snow in the night.


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