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Cherry blossoms ready for a close-up at Clark College

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Published: April 7, 2016, 5:01pm
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Cherry blossoms create a pink backdrop as biology major George Holloway plays his ukulele in between classes Wednesday at Clark College. The 100 shirofugen cherry trees in the southwest portion of the campus at Fort Vancouver Way and McLoughlin Boulevard were planted to commemorate Washington's centennial and to celebrate the friendship between Vancouver and its sister city, Joyo, Japan. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian)
Cherry blossoms create a pink backdrop as biology major George Holloway plays his ukulele in between classes Wednesday at Clark College. The 100 shirofugen cherry trees in the southwest portion of the campus at Fort Vancouver Way and McLoughlin Boulevard were planted to commemorate Washington's centennial and to celebrate the friendship between Vancouver and its sister city, Joyo, Japan. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Cherry blossoms create a pink backdrop as Ruby Yaacoub, 17, a senior at Camas High School, takes a break in the shade Wednesday morning during a photo class at Clark College. The 100 shirofugen cherry trees on the southwest portion of the campus at Fort Vancouver Way and McLoughlin Boulevard were planted to commemorate Washington’s centennial and to celebrate the friendship between Vancouver and its sister city, Joyo, Japan.

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