How Does A Pinky Pink Sky Look Like?

Don’t get confused by the pictures. It is not a Photoshop trick or something like that. In the picture which is being confused as the glorious sky of a late evening with a pinch of purple and pink mix is actually the snapshot of the biggest wisteria plant of Japan.

This wisteria plant which is about 144 years old is situated in Ashikaga Flower Park. However, in spite of not being the largest plant of the world, this “old” tree covers up a big area of 1990 square meters which is also very impressive. This tree which is actually a vine has been provided support by steel structures. People may now roam around under the canopy and experience the magic created by the gorgeous hanging blossoms.

   

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