Death Valley Super Bloom Colors the Desert

Death Valley National Park — the hottest, driest and lowest land area in North America — is experiencing a “super bloom” as a result of the recent El Niño weather. The rare event blankets the usually barren desert with swaths of colorful wildflowers, which attract tourists from around the world. These photographs were shot March 7 and 8. All photos by Brian Feinzimer.

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