Time for Thorns

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When desserts aren’t…

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…is after they’ve had some winter rain.   Anza-Borrego State Park in California is having what they call a “super-bloom” year,  with an unusually  large amount  of wildflowers bursting out of the inhospitable sands.   These events occur only about once a decade,  so this floral outbreak is as uncommon as it  is beautiful.

UPDATE:  OK,  people,  they are truly breathtaking,  but show a bit of respect.   You don’t need  to trample  the wildflowers to enjoy them.

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Written by timeforthorns

April 3, 2017 at 12:18 am

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