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Death Valley National Park is alive with color with this year’s rare superbloom. Wildflowers blanket the desert landscape in a sea of gold, purple and white. Higher than usual amounts of rain last fall helped create this year’s incredible wildflower display – the best since 2005. To catch these spectacular colors in person, head to the park before mid-March. Photo courtesy of Lauren Schroeder. Posted on Tumblr by the US Department of the Interior, 2/27/16.

Death Valley National Park is alive with color with this year’s rare superbloom. Wildflowers blanket the desert landscape in a sea of gold, purple and white. Higher than usual amounts of rain last fall helped create this year’s incredible wildflower display – the best since 2005. To catch these spectacular colors in person, head to the park before mid-March. Photo courtesy of Lauren Schroeder. Posted on Tumblr by the US Department of the Interior, 2/27/16.

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