Daily Archives: 7 March 2016

CADDV 039 -   Desert sunflower (Geraea canescens) blooms on Split Cinder Cone while first light of day strikes the snow-capped Panamint Range, Death Valley National Park, California, USA --- (4x5 inch original, File size: 6128x4800, 84.2mb uncompressed)

See These Amazing Photos of Death Valley’s Super Bloom

Death Valley is a desert region located in Eastern California, and is one of the lowest, driest and hottest places in North America. It’s a region commonly associated with long stretches of dried out land, rarely harvesting the nutrients required to grow any form of plant or vegetation… until flash flooding hit the region last Autumn. This played… read more

The Chromologist 2017 | Farrow & Ball

The Chromologist