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089 - Antelope Valley Wildflowers, California
(Print with color photos)

Photograph America Newsletter on Antelope Valley Wildflowers, California
 
The winter and spring of 2005 had record rainfalls in northern and southern California. All this precipitation brought forth a proverbial once-in-a-hundred-year wildflower display covering southern deserts, including the Sonoran Deserts, from Organ Pipe National Monument to Anza-Borrego and the Mojave Desert. This newsletter is about my trip to photograph the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve in the Mojave Desert. The best locations in Antelope Valley, just north of Los Angeles are detailed in this newsletter, which is also full of tips on solving wind problems, choosing the right close-up gear, and finding an Internet wildflower hotline.
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Printed Issue, sent via USPS
Updated - April 2014 / with color photos
This newsletter is about my trip to photograph the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve in the Mojave Desert. Find the best locations, with tips on solving wind problems and choosing the right close-up gear. Get ready for a spring wildflower season with details on the best locations in Antelope Valley, just north of Los Angeles.
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Locations
  • Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve
  • Avenal Wildlife Refuge
  • Bear Gulch Visitor Center
  • Chalone Creek
  • Condor Gulch Trail
  • Elizabeth Lake Road
  • Grapevine
  • High Peaks Trail
  • Hawkins Peak
  • Mojave Desert
  • Pinnacles
  • San Antonio de Padua Mission
  • Santa Margarita
  • Shell Creek Road
  • Soda Lake
  • Sierra Nevada Mountain Range
  • San Gabriel Mountains
  • Saddleback Butte
  • Tehachapi Range