Fantasy-Like Fields of Blue in Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan
The only thing that needed to be photoshoped in these pictures was the overwhelming number of tourists. Everything else is real and one hundred percent natural. These magical blue fields are part of the Hitachi Seaside Park in Ibaraki, Japan. They are covered with roughly four and a half million Nemophila flowers, also known as baby blue-eyes.
The majestic sight only happens once a year, in April. While the views are incredible, the downside of this massive blooming phenomenon (known as the Hemophila Harmony) is that countless tourists come to see it, making it virtually impossible to take a photo of the fields without a human in sight. We weren’t joking when we said that photographers often photoshop their shots to take out the human element.