Last weekend we drove down to Borrego Springs to see how the wildflowers in the desert are doing this year. For weeks, people have been talking about a potential “super bloom” in Anza Borrego Desert State Park, since it was a very wet winter and the last storm at the end of February alone brought up to 1.5 inches (~40mm) of rain to the desert.
Impressions from a visit to Clark Dry Lake in Anza Borrego Desert State Park.
Six photos from a pleasant desert hike at Canyon Sin Nombre in the Carrizo Badlands area of Southern Anza Borrego. All images and content © by Shuwen Lisa Wu, unless otherwise noted. No re-use without express written permission. Most images are available as prints and for commercial licensing. Please contact me if you’re interested. Prints … Read moreCanyon Sin Nombre
We found beautiful displays of wildflowers along Henderson Canyon Road near Borrego Springs in Anza Borrego Desert State Park yesterday. After some attempts at close-ups I mostly used the wide angle lens, and had a lot of fun with it.
One of our “summer storm” excursions into the back country ultimately led us all the way into Imperial County and Algodones Dunes. We originally only wanted to visit Santa Ysabel and Laguna Mountains, but from there we saw that the desert was overcast too. While Alex and Toni wandered into the dunes I used the … Read moreAlgodones Dunes