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5 #PulseofBoston Scenes Showing Boston In Full Bloom

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Posted by Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism

A few months ago, it was hard to imagine Boston being full of flowers.

And yet, here we are!

During the past couple of weeks, crocuses, tulips, magnolias and all other kinds of blossoms have been popping their heads up, bringing spring into view all around the city.

Our #PulseOfBoston site, which gives visitors a real-time look at what’s happening each day in Boston, has chronicled it all, along with glimpses of rooftop meetups, awesome public art, gorgeous museums and much more as well.

Without further ado, here are five of our favorite recent flowery scenes. As always, a big-time thank you to everyone who has shared with us and an extra one to those who allow us to share their images.

The Charles River Esplanade looking pretty in pink by @katherine817 on Instagram

The Charles River Esplanade looking pretty in pink by @katherine817 on Instagram

Tulips and swan boats by @supercam729 on Instagram

Tulips and swan boats by @supercam729 on Instagram

Looking up outside Sun Kong Restaurant by @newenglandwanderer

Looking up outside Sun Kong Restaurant by @newenglandwanderer on Instagram

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Brookline Reservoir lookin’ fine by @icatchr on Instagram

The South End District by @rach0006 on Instagram

The South End District by @rach0006 on Instagram

If you’re keen to submit one of your own photos to our #PulseOfBoston site, we’d love to take a look!

To do so, just take a great photo of Boston and then tag #PulseOfBoston when you post. Then keep an eye on the site and our Instagram account, where we’re featuring some of the best each week.

For those in Massachusetts outside the Boston area who would like to share with us, tag #visitma when you post, because we often share those photos, too.

If you aren’t one for Instagram but would still like to follow #PulseOfBoston, that’s no problem at all. We’re also sharing beautiful photos every week on Facebook and Twitter, so just keep an eye out there.

Where’s your top spot to see spring arrive in Boston? Tell us below in the comments!

Photo at the top by Kendra Clineff

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