Category: daisies

Decorating the hills of California’s Carrizo Plain National Monument and sprawling as far as the eye can see, the super bloom this year is driving us crazy. Practicing responsible wildflower viewing determines the future of these flowers. The tapestry of color you see represents dozens of species – from Hillside daisies and Munz’s Tidy tips to Great Valley phacelia. For them to re-seed, staying on trails is necessary without exception, even for a quick photo. Remember the monument is an hour from travel services – so come prepared to be self-sufficient with a full tank of gas, plenty of water and other supplies. Photos by Bob Wick, Bureau of Land Management – California

Up to the sky

Peeping

There and back again

Just a peek

It all fell through

Target in sight

Found you

Land in sight

In the grass