These stunning pictures of blossom in Edinburgh prove that spring has well and truly sprung

We may not be able to head out and view all of these gorgeous settings in person, so we thought we’d bring their beauty to you...

Wednesday, 29th April 2020, 2:40 pm
Updated Wednesday, 29th April 2020, 2:43 pm
These are some of the best spring pictures from around Edinburgh

Edinburgh is bursting with beauty and colour as it welcomes in the season of cherry tree blossoming. Photographers around the city have been making the most of their outdoor exercise period to get the best ‘blooming’ snaps.

Here are a few prime locations to spot the best blossoms in Edinburgh during lockdown:

A picture postcard of the beauty Edinburgh has on offer this springtime as Cherry blossoms frame views of the Castle. (credit: Jane Barlow)

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The Kirk’s red panelling and sandstone is beautifully set off by blue skies and thriving blossoms filling the atmosphere with a bright historical serenity. (credit: Sandra Beattie)
These faded blossoms bring a celestial glow to the streets of Newington both day and night. (Credit: Allasan Sheòras Buc)
Flowering sakuras decorate the Japanese garden in Lauriston Castle- a brilliant atmosphere for peaceful thoughts and meditation. (Credit: JJ Ozkan)
Flowering sakuras decorate the Japanese garden in Lauriston Castle- a brilliant atmosphere for peaceful thoughts and meditation. (Credit: JJ Ozkan)
Blossoms at twilight along the Water of Leith, creating a romantic and gorgeous scenery. (credit: David C. Weinczok)
Cherry blossom is a fond site between the main road and Leith Links
A picture postcard of the beauty Edinburgh has on offer this springtime as Cherry blossoms frame views of the Castle. (credit: Sandra Beattie)
These faded blossoms bring a celestial glow to the streets of Newington both day and night. (Credit: Allasan Sheòras Buc)
Princes Street Gardens is bursting with colour and brightness as its cherry tree blossoms are joined by a cornucopia of fresh spring flowers. (Credit: Lisa Stewart)
The cherry blossom brightens up the street on the boundary of Leith Links