This weekend I day-tripped out to the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park to see the "superbloom" of wildflowers.
They probably have about a week or so left in them. So if you've been waiting to go, now's the time!
The sweet spots to check out were on the outskirts of the park around Di Giorgio Road and Henderson Canyon Road. Di Giorgio had more purple flowers, and Henderson Canyon had yellow flowers for daaaaaaaaays.
Before the trip, I bought some gel filters off of Amazon to play around with shapes and colors when shooting in the flower fields.
I was able to cast cool shadows, play with foreground/background composition, create overlays and even light leaks by using the filters. The trick was to not let them fly away in the crazy wind!
Using the pink and yellow filters created a warm and fuzzy feel, where the purples and blues gave off a psych-grunge textured look.
I also busted out my Polaroid one600 and SX-70 that I recently snagged from an estate sale.
If you drove out further south on Borrego Springs towards Tubb Canyon Road, you'd find the Ocotillo trees.
Next flower stop on my list is the Lancaster Poppy Fields. I haven't been in 3 years! They're also experiencing a beautiful bloom right now thanks to all this rain!