Taken at Death Valley National Park, California, on March 5th, 2016
Many of you likely heard of the super bloom that happened in Death Valley National Park in California in spring of 2016. Back in October 2015 a massive amount of rain hit the park and prompted millions of little wildflower seeds to begin preparations for a spring fling. In March of the following year those seeds began sprouting forth in a riot of golds, purples, whites, and blues. I decided to go see the bloom for myself, and while I could try to wax poetic about how beautiful it was I think I’ll just say: it did not suck.
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