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126 - The Color of Spring around Phoenix
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Photograph America Newsletter on The Color of Spring around Phoenix, Arizona
 
Rain, drought, freezing winter storms, and the first hot days of spring all affect the appearance of desert wildflowers. Memorable wildflower displays occur infrequently across southwestern states and are something every nature photographer waits for. Internet wildflower hotlines predicted that mid-to-late March should see a good display of spring colors across southern Arizona. The Desert Botanical Garden is a good place to start a photo exploration of the area. Nine miles east of downtown Phoenix on East McDowell Road, these gardens are a must-visit spot for any photographer. Be sure to pack a tripod for your visit to the Desert Botanical Garden. You’ll want needle-sharp images of these cacti.
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Memorable wildflower displays occur infrequently across southwestern states. Internet wildflower hotlines predicted that mid-to-late March should see a good display of spring colors across southern Arizona. This newsletter concentrates on the best wildflower photo locations in and around Phoenix, Arizona.
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Locations
  • Apache Trail
  • Bartlett Lake
  • Boyce Thompson Arboretum
  • Cave Creek Regional Park
  • Desert Botanical Garden
  • Dobbins Overlook
  • Globe, Arizona
  • Lost Dutchman State Park
  • Pass Mountain Trail
  • Peralta Road
  • Saguaro Lake
  • Silly Mountain
  • South Mountain Park
  • Tortilla Flat
  • West Side Road #459