Joshua Tree Honey Bee

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The first time I visited Joshua Tree National Park I wasn’t sure of what to expect of the desert environment. I had also never been to the desert before. What I realized was that Joshua Tree is the perfect playground for photographers. They day hours leave a lot of the park somewhat undesirable but at dusk, dawn, during the night, the park comes alive. Joshua Tree is known for having the darkest night sky in Southern California. Meanwhile, the dawn and dusk hours give the park an orange glow against the park’s granite rock features. With the sun at it’s low angle, towering Joshua Trees cast long, narrow shadows over the park’s surface. There is a lot to be explored here if one looks hard enough.

I shot this photo while camping in Joshua Tree National Park during the middle of spring. Spring is a great time to visit Joshua Tree. Many of the parks plants, cacti, and succulents spend a few weeks blooming with bright colorful flowers. This attracts insects and hummingbirds throughout the park. I just happened to be in the right moment to catch this honeybee searching for a flower with pollen in it. I love the sharp detail of the foreground and bright yellow of the flowers. The yellow and gold contrasts great against the darker smooth background.

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The first time I visited Joshua Tree National Park I wasn’t sure of what to expect of the desert environment. I had also never been to the desert before. What I realized was that Joshua Tree is the perfect playground for photographers. They day hours leave a lot of the park somewhat undesirable but at dusk, dawn, during the night, the park comes alive. Joshua Tree is known for having the darkest night sky in Southern California. Meanwhile, the dawn and dusk hours give the park an orange glow against the park’s granite rock features. With the sun at it’s low angle, towering Joshua Trees cast long, narrow shadows over the park’s surface. There is a lot to be explored here if one looks hard enough.

I shot this photo while camping in Joshua Tree National Park during the middle of spring. Spring is a great time to visit Joshua Tree. Many of the parks plants, cacti, and succulents spend a few weeks blooming with bright colorful flowers. This attracts insects and hummingbirds throughout the park. I just happened to be in the right moment to catch this honeybee searching for a flower with pollen in it. I love the sharp detail of the foreground and bright yellow of the flowers. The yellow and gold contrasts great against the darker smooth background.

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