It’s that time of year again… That time when swarms of tourists blockade the streets of DC, all to catch a glimpse of the city’s famous cheer blossoms.
But if you wanna enjoy the District’s arboreal beauty without all the tourist hoopla, National Journal has a solution.
Cherrypicker, designed by NJ‘s graphics director Andrew McGill, is essentially a “Tinder app” for cherry blossoms. The app that allows users to find the closest cherry tree to his or her location — directing you to “the nearest Kwanzan, Yoshino, or Okame cherry tree cataloged by the D.C. Transportation Department.”
Try it out here.