Thursday, March 10, 2005

vast fields of desert gold poppy

Rare rains bring Death Valley to life
THE parched desert of Death Valley, California, normally the hottest and driest place in North America, has been painted with colour by wild flowers brought into bloom by the wettest year in a century.

Aha! So that is where the Washington State snowpack has fled to! Death Valley! Someone tell the farmers to move their orchards south - the climate just changed.


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