Here are some pictures from the Cherry Blossom Tournament taken by my third opponent. (I'm playing black here.)
My opening wasn't too bad...because of my bad experiences having groups killed in the first two games, I took a conservative approach, opting for enclosures rather than approaching my opponent's corners. In general, this is not a bad approach, but in retrospect this was a mistake for me. It's not the way I usually play, so I ended up in an unfamiliar configuration.
I think the second picture shows where things started to go wrong. I haven't really staked out any additional territory. I have broken up White's territory on the left, and I'm starting to make some territory on the top, but in the mean time, White has made some solid territory on the left.
The third picture shows that I have made some territory along the bottom, but not as much as White did on the right.
In the fourth picture, I've conceded too much of the right to White. He's built up a solid territory there that's going to prove the difference in the game.
The fifth picture shows an abortive invasion I made on the right, but it was really too late at this point.
In the end, White had about 80 points on the right, which is about as much as I had in all of my territory combined. We didn't even bother to count the final score. Looking back, I am not as displeased as I was at the time. I did a few nice things in the game. I like the way I broke up the territory on the left, and I did a decent job of building territory -- just not enough.