Cherry blossom is often synonymous with Japan, but China has a wealth of the stunning blooms too.
Just take a look at this breathtaking footage of blossom season in Guizhou province, China, captured by the BBC.
With cherry, azalea and apricot trees in blossom, there seems to be an ocean of delicate pink flowers as far as the eye can see.
A signifier of spring, the blossom season in the area occurs from late March to early April each year.
According to local media, the garden captured by the drone is located in Pingba county and home to more than 500,000 cherry trees.
The fragile blooms only last for a few weeks before falling (another spectacular sight) and mulching underfoot.
Many regions across China and Japan hold special cherry blossom festivals to celebrate the natural phenomena each year, such as the Shanghai blossom festival and the Philosopher’s path in Kyoto.