The Rains Brought Super Blooms Of Wildflowers To California's Deserts And It's Gorgeous

#superbloom ✨🌵🌺

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The flowers are in full bloom in California's deserts!

Wildflowers are taking over following the massive rains SoCal got earlier in the year, but they won't last long! The flowers will peak in mid-march and will last through the end of the month.

"An uptick in precipitation has caused the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park to erupt in an unprecedented number of bright, beautiful wildflowers, which hasn’t happened in over ten years, according to National Geographic," reports.

Who else is planning on heading out to the desert for some epic IG moments??

Desert Sunflower, Sand Verbena, Spectacle Pod, and Brown-eyed Primrose are blooming all over the desert floor in #anzaborrego. #wildflowers #coyotecanyon

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Milky Way Over the Anza-Borrego Desert Wildflowers 2017 The Milky Way rises above a field of (what I believe to be) desert sunflowers along Rockhouse Truck Trail in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. This is a single exposure that I shot just after the moon set below the mountains, yet there was still some residual moonlight that illuminated the landscape here. The orange glow in the distance is light pollution. Shot with a Canon 6D and Sigma 15mm at 13 sec f/2.8 ISO 5000.  #anzaborrego #wildflowers #anzaborregowildflowers #VíaLáctea #milkyway #galaxy #desert #sky #california #westcoast_exposures #itsamazingoutthere #naturalcalifornia #wildcalifornia #yourshotphotographer #night_captures #night_shooterz #nightimages #nightphotographypros #nightscaper #nocturnal_visionaries #gethighonnature #nightphotography #night_excl

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Anza Borrego is expected to explode with wildflowers during the next couple weeks! Last weekend we climbed up this canyon for sunrise and found the entire top blooming with purple! Go check it out if you can!

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