Japanese cherry blossoms are some of the most iconic flowers in the world. Their beautiful pink color helps make Japan such a desired destination, and of course, the sakura trees make for beautiful backgrounds in photo shoots.
Kazuki Ikeda is a Japanese photographer who did a pre-wedding photoshoot for a couple back in April. People were beginning to practice social distancing at the time, so the popular Nara Park wasn’t as busy with tourists as normal. The Park’s famous Sika deer, which are notoriously friendly with tourists, decided to take some time in the blossoms while the couple was getting their photos taken, and the results look like something out of a fairy tale.
Here’s the magical-looking video captured by the photographer:
The deer are used to humans and often expect to be fed.
The beautiful animals add a lot of life and beauty to special photoshoots.
It’s no surprise that so many people want them in their pictures!
Can you imagine having a photo like this hanging up in your home?!
Once travel is made more accessible again, make sure you add Japan to your bucket list.