20 Enchanting Pictures of Paper Cranes

A thousand origami cranes would take a long time to fold. But when finished, legend has it that a crane will bestow one wish on the folder. Cranes symbolize all things good, like good luck, peace, prosperity, and happiness, so it’s no wonder that they’re probably the most recognizable form of origami. They’re also enchanting to look at; so enjoy these 20 pictures of paper cranes, and maybe some good luck will be sent your way.

Peace Crane by Morgan

Peace Crane by Morgan

paper cranes origami

Paper Crane Floating in Space by Anna Skinner

paper cranes origami

paper cranes by Li Ang

paper cranes origami

Origami Crane by Bunderful

paper cranes origami

Song Bird by Andrea Clare

paper cranes origami

looking at cranes by AlisonTyne

paper cranes origami

Crane box by Tyler Spaeth

paper cranes origami

Origami Pinks by Nomadic Lass

paper cranes origami

Little Bird by Richard Giles

paper cranes origami

La Grulla azul by balt-arts

paper cranes origami

Help Japan Brighton University Peace Cranes by Dominic Alves

paper cranes origami

Help Japan Brighton University Peace Cranes by Dominic Alves

paper cranes origami

Origami! by Hajime Nagahata

paper cranes origami

Paper cranes by Chris Gladis

paper cranes origami

3/52 by Shanon Wise

paper cranes origami

coming home to roost ♥ by Caroline

paper cranes origami

Cranes by M Yashna

paper cranes origami

Colours of Peace by Vincent van der Pas

paper cranes origami

Cranes for Japan by Kenny Louie

Help Japan Brighton University Peace Cranes by Dominic Alves

Help Japan Brighton University Peace Cranes by Dominic Alves




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