Blooming Spring Cactus – Joshua Tree National Park
$10.00 – $100.00
Joshua Tree National Park is what’s normally a dry and arid desert in the Southwestern United States. Each spring there is a small window that showcases some of nature’s most vibrant colors. Winter rains and cooler seasonal temperatures bring the much needed conditions that allow many of park’s plants to come to bloom. The window is short lived and can last just a few short weeks low rainfall years.
About half way through the main road that runs across Joshua Tree is a large patch of cactus known as the Cholla Cactus Garden. The Cholla are known for their pesky sharp thorns. Their barb at the end makes it particularly difficult to remove from clothes or skin. The blooming cactus captured in the photo itself is not a Cholla but they are clearly distinguishable in the background. These shorter cacti make for a beautiful contrast against the rather uninviting Cholla and blue sky.
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