Happy Friday, everybody! So, have you come across any of the stories in the Otherwise Perpetually Depressing News Cycle (OPDNC) about Southern California’s “Superbloom” — the explosion of wildflowers (mostly the delicate orange poppy) following all the torrential rains of the past few months? Well, strangely enough for the Lamestream Media, it’s actually true!
But you don’t have to go to Lake Elsinore and trample all over the place taking selfies to see them — trust me, that is SO not cool, man!
Instead, look at these cool photos I took myself, in my rambles around Chatsworth, Simi Valley, Acton, and even humble ol’ Reseda, showing the beautiful Eschscholzia californica in all its golden glory!
- Above Chatsworth:
- Soledad Canyon Road, near Acton:
- Another Acton shot (and yessss, the rocks at the top of that hill are REALLY that pink!!):
- In Sherman Oaks:
- Finally, my very own humble little garden, in Reseda:
There ya go! Enjoy, and bask in the knowledge that you managed to enjoy the Superbloom without destroying them!