Antelope Valley Poppies 1

Antelope Valley Poppies 1

I just returned from 11 incredibly productive days shooting wildflowers in Southern California. I am exhausted after 20 hours of driving back to Seattle and only home for 3 days before leading my Olympic National Park Photography Tour later this week. I took this beautiful picture of the poppies in bloom last Thursday (15th) at around noon in the Antelope Valley Poppy Preserve. Several locals told me that this years’ bloom is turning out to be one of the better ones that they have ever seen. I found the hills covered in poppies overwhelming to look at. I had a conversation with a volunteer who was wearing one of those bright orange worker visibility vests which seemed a dull orange in comparison to the brilliant poppies. Anyone visiting the Antelope Valley this week should still find the flowers at their peak.

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5 thoughts on “Antelope Valley Poppies 1

  1. wow, jon. great job on this image! I hope to make it there next year.

  2. Beautiful! That place is amazing – I’m glad you had such a great trip Jon.

  3. Beautiful Jon. Congrats on getting a great photograph during a great bloom! Next year I’ll have to wait to plan my flower outing until they peak. 🙂


  4. Thank you for your kind words. I am glad that I finally had the opportunity to photograph the famous poppies!

  5. Looks like an impressive bloom this year, Jon. Congrats.

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