Wuhan University is known to have over 1,000 famed cherry tress on the campus that attracts tourists every year who come to watch the trees blooming in all its glory but, things are different this time.
Since, the campus is closed amid the coronavirus outbreak, media outlets have decided to live stream cherry blossoms on the internet from 10 AM to 4 PM every day, until 25th March.
Cherry blossoms gradually come out at Wuhan University. Since the campus is not open to the public due to epidemic control regulations, the University is sharing the amazing views via the internet from 10 am to 4 pm every day until March 25. #CherryBlossom #Covid_19 #China pic.twitter.com/IvGqI5Z9TH— China Daily (@ChinaDaily) March 17, 2020
I mean, just look at how pretty it looks! This is surreal.
Here are some more amazing pictures of the cherry blossoms sprouting in different parts of China.
As March braces the season of cherry blossoms, Wuhan University on Monday will launch a channel on social media to livestream the scenery of cherry blossom for flower appreciators. As a hard-hit city of #COVID19, Wuhan is still in lockdown for the virus containment. pic.twitter.com/zk3ZiJ4V5Z— People's Daily, China (@PDChina) March 15, 2020
Spotting the early-flowering cherry variety: tsubaki-kan-zakura (camellia winter cherry)— 魅力無錫 Wuxi China (@WuxiCity) March 19, 2020
The buds of this kind of #cherryblossom take around 7 days from flowering to totally wilt, so you can usually see examples of new and old flowers on the same tree. #Wuxi #椿寒樱 pic.twitter.com/kAjo8Eg44n
And, just like us even the internet is in love with what they are seeing:
Woow finally ! 💜— Imalki (@ImaluvBTS) March 18, 2020
treat to the eyes— nazish (@nazish58355560) March 18, 2020
Just beautiful! Send more videos.— Mary Malone (@MaryMalone140) March 18, 2020
Keep it up!— stumble! (@dodomonstr) March 15, 2020
Beautiful— robin pratt (@lakeswalker) March 15, 2020