Mormon Point Wildflower Sunrise 2

Mormon Point Wildflower Sunrise 2

I prefer shooting wildflowers still and sharp rather than a blur in a maelstrom. After waiting patiently for the wind to stop blowing in Death Valley National Park, I was rewarded with this scene (on April 13th) of desert sunflowers and purple phacelia framing the Panamint Range at firstlight. Internet reports heralded an unusually lush bloom this year. This information proved accurate. Anyone who has the opportunity should head to Death Valley this week before the heat dries out the spectacular display.

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4 thoughts on “Mormon Point Wildflower Sunrise 2

  1. What beauty, you were lucky to capture this even if luck has nothing to do with it 🙂 Keep it up Jon!

  2. Beautiful John

  3. Gorgeous! For decades I have wanted to be in Death Valley when the wildflowers bloom. I’ll get there–but, in the meantime, I enjoy what you are doing. Bravo!

  4. Gorgeous! For decades I have wanted to be in Death Valley when the wildflowers bloom. I’ll get there–but, in the meantime, I enjoy what you are doing. Bravo!

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