The cherry blossoms bloom in late March every year, on the Korean island of Jeju. Unfortunately, the flowers only last about a week, before they are replaced with the green leaves that signal summer is just around the corner. Here's a chestnut-flanked white eye enjoying some pollen from a cherry blossom that will be gone in no time.
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