The California superbloom is in full swing this spring. That means there are more California poppies and wildflowers than ever, you just have to know where to look. Check out the top five places to photograph the California wildflowers. #superbloom
1. Salt Creek Regional Park
Located next to the St Regis of Laguna Niguel is the Salt Creek Regional Park, which features ocean front hiking and biking trails. The canyons and trails are filled with yellow wild sunflowers and mustard.
2. Dana Point Headlands
The Dana Point headlands are a protected marine bluff in Southern California that are normally filled with brush, but this month it is filled with yellow superbloom wild flowers.
3. Newport Beach Crystal Cove Hiking trails
These hiking trails are filled with wild flowers and ocean front views. Be sure to bring your drone to capture the optimal aerial shots of this golden landscape.
4. Anza Borrego Desert Park
Spring is one of the most beautiful times to visit the desert. Located south of Palm Springs is Anza Borrego, an area that is a goldmine for wildflowers this year. The park experienced a low elevation superbloom, attracting many visitors to the region.
This canyon is located off the 15 freeway and is abundant with orange poppies, the California State flower. There are plenty of hiking paths where you can walk through the fields of golden flowers. This flower is special because it is one of the reasons California got its name "The Golden State". Don't forget your DSLR for this trip!
Be sure to see them before they are gone!
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