It takes a lot of rain over many week to bring the dormate flowers to bloom and small rivers in the valley to flow. They say it happens about once every 50 years. This was a first for me in my 40 years filming the area.
Wednesday, 29 April 2009
The floor of Death Valley in the Spring of 2005 bursting with flowers.
Canon 20D, 28>135 lens, polarizer. A cover to lay on as the ground was hot.
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