the color of spring
The California Poppy Preserve in the high desert of the Antelope Valley is a hot, barren, forboding place. Most of the year you can drive for miles and see only a few bushes struggling to survive in the harsh desert environment. In the springtime however, the desert explodes into a sea of color. There are poppies as far as the eye can see, and the butterflys are so thick that they become a hazard to passing motorists.

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Sunrise among the grasses,


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Northern Territory, Australia
Sunset over San Francisco
CA - 1982
The Grand Vitesse, Grand Rapids, Michigan
Northern Territory, Australia