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Deer Enjoy Cherry Blossoms In The Nara Park In Japan

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we are limited to travelling wherever we want to go. However, that doesn’t mean that we can’t go wherever we like through the beautiful videos and pictures that are shared online by different people. For example, the pictures below will send you to a stunning and really exciting place.

The Nara Park has left people in absolute awe. When a Japanese photographer shared some incredible footage of the park, it made rounds around the Internet.

In the footage, you can see a Sika deer that is quite enjoying the cherry blossoms in the tranquil scene. Meanwhile, there’s also a critter munching on a cracker.

On that day, Kazuki Ikeda, the photographer was organizing a photoshoot of a couple before their wedding. The couple was meant to be the spotlight of that day. Well, it didn’t exactly happen that way as the deer became the stars of the day.

Image credits: kikiphotoworks

Image credits: kikiphotoworks

Image credits: Kazuki Ikeda

The population of Sika deer is qute high at Nara Park. Tourists from all over the world visit the place so that they can the deer roaming around and also feed them. And from the pictures, they surely look like they enjoy their life there.

Image credits: Kazuki Ikeda
Image credits: Kazuki Ikeda
Image credits: kikiphotoworks

Now, you can find many videos and shots of the deer in the photographer’s media accounts. And make sure to add Nara Park in the places that you need to visit after the threat of the coronavirus is over! The deer there will surely make it an unforgettable experience for you.

Image credits: Kazuki Ikeda
Image credits: Kazuki Ikeda

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Written by Ketrin Ulbrich

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