Southern California is enjoying a wildflower “super bloom” after years of extreme drought.
The state had been under a drought state of emergency since 2014, but Gov. Jerry Brown lifted the order for all but four counties, earlier this month.
The wet winter strained reservoirs to the max and replenished mountain snowpacks, which are now at 164 percent of the season average.
Apparently you can see the difference from space. (1)
Click below to see more. . .
Google desert blooms 2017, click on images, and see many, many beautiful wildflowers!
Thank you so much to all involved, above and below,
“Rain of Love For All On Gaia”
Steve congratulates everyone who meditated saying:
“You turned the desert into a watered plain.”
(1) “California’s wildflower ‘super bloom’ transforms deserts into paintings” at http://q13fox.com/2017/04/14/californias-wildflower-super-bloom-transforms-deserts-into-paintings/. To see the view from space, go here: “Photos: The “super bloom” in California’s desert after the drought” at http://www.vox.com/energy-and-environment/2017/4/12/15265318/photos-califiornia-desert-superbloom