Wildflowers on the East Side of Elizabeth Lake Road Antelope Valley, Los Angeles County, California, U.S.A. March 11, 2016
Category: Color Studies, Nature, Photography, Uncategorized Tagged: Antelope Valley, bloom, California, color, Lake Elizabeth, Lake Hughes, Los Angeles County, Nature, Photography, poppies, spring, Timothy S. Allen, wildflowers
Victor, thank you. This was shockingly beautiful.
Trini, thank you. I’ve returned to Northern California and will no long have the beautiful desert images available. A month in the desert watching it turn green and then the colors was very dramatic. The scenes will be missed.
Welcome back. This and the other flower photo were quite nice although I prefer the sky in this one. Suppose now you should look for the blooms in the locales nearby. BTW any images from Venice or thereabouts? Good visit?
Thank you Rawls. Petaluma next?
Sky is nice. The polarizing filter makes the blue very blue.
I never had a chance to make it to Venice/LA area. Too busy with Jane’s project. To see what she was doing in Lancaster, go to http://janeingramallen.wordpress.com
Really like the colours in there – deserts are not always sand dunes, as we normally picture them
True. The location is headed down into Antelope Valley. Antelope Valley is part of the Mojave Desert – a remarkable and diverse area. I think I’ll miss the huge openness of it.
Thank you. If only the camera would pick up what the eye actually sees. The picture doesn’t give your the expansiveness of this scene.
Beautiful colors and oh so jealous! But I did see one spray of daffodils blooming in someones yard 🙂
Oh the winters do end in the Midwest. Don’t they?
Oh most definitely. It’s just that in between season now of waiting for things to bloom.
Yes, I remember how excited I was to see the first crocus sticking their heads up through the snow. Then Upstate New York really gets 6 months of winter.
I’ve seen little green leaves sticking out and one bunch of daffodils. I’m getting excited for them to return.
Yes, yes, yes!!!
Stunning colours. Really beautiful.
Thank you Jim.
Oh Wow! hillsides of yellow and purple how good is that !!!!!
It was a wow situation. Thanks for your comments.
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Beautiful, I must visit a desert one day when it is springing
Thank you. It is well worth it.
You were blessed with a magical winter for wild flowers in the desert. that image is incredible.
What a lovely palette of colors!
Thank you John. Maybe with the melting ice the wild flowers will follow.
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