All was not sunshine and flowers in the desert on my spring trip to photograph the super bloom. A few miles west of California’s Sultan Sea lay the Badlands of Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. Beneath its old, withered gray exterior, however, I discovered it too had an intriguing character. Centuries of wisdom were chiseled deep into its facade, yet at its heart was sediment of sentiment where life broke through offering its own beautiful bouquet.
Author: Brian Morefield
A proud native Californian residing in the Conejo Valley, I am a hobby photographer who enjoys big landscapes, extreme floral close ups and experimenting with different light.