The desert sand and beautiful hillsĀ of Death Valley National Park are in rare form this year. For the first time since 2005, the entire valley is blooming wildflowers at the same time in an event known as a “super bloom.”

Once a decade or so, after the weather and wildlife combine in perfect balance, the entire valley explodes with vibrant colors and spring smells. Park Ranger Alan Van Valkenburg describes it as a “once in a lifetime opportunity.” Death Valley is generally known for it’s unique, barren appearance and distant dried up valley floor but this year has brought us something special.

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