In California after a long drought flowered poppies and they can be seen even from spacePictolic
Field poppies in California has flourished so brightly that they can be seen from space: NASA has published satellite images, which are visible with the bright orange fields of blooming California poppies in the poppy reserve in the Antelope valley.
Space Agency NASA has decided to delight our eyes, sharing stunning satellite images California poppy Reserve in Antelope Valley (Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve). It turns out that in the middle of April fields of the orange poppy in bloom is so intense that it was easily visible from space.
First on California Antelope valley was lashed with heavy rain, and then it was covered with blooming poppies.
NASA has given the opportunity to enjoy this incredible spectacle, capturing the lush valley on 14 April with the help of Landsat 8.
At this point, the poppies bloom was at its peak.
This year, the region experienced more rain than usual — almost 10 cm above the norm.
And these shots were taken from the Beechcraft T-34 last year.
Flowers bloomed once in southern California has dropped a significant amount of rain in March and April 2020.
Supersveta this year managers reserve called surprise. Supercolonies is when a large number of different wild flowers bloom at the same time because the ideal combination of various weather conditions.
Every year this happens in different ways and at different times.
Usually at the beginning of April, but weather anomalies can cause flowering begins in mid-March or in early may.
The color palette of these images is dominated by bright orange California poppies (the official name — escholzia California), but on the margins of the Antelope Valley bloom not only them, but also forget-me-nots and lupins, and another endemic — Golden lastenia, which is usually called "gold mines".
Photos of blooming Antelope Valley publishes not only NASA.
Anyone who cannot see this beauty, wants to take her picture.
And then upload to Instagram.
The Park is temporarily closed to the public. But he's still open to us these pictures.