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Discussion in 'Landscape' started by Tom Narwid, Mar 12, 2019.
Once in awhile this happens for our pleasure! Image recorded in Clarkdale, Arizona
Totally awesome Tom!!! I need to look up and see where this is.
Wow - quite the blossom fest. That's a lot farther towards the headwaters of the Verde than I have been.
This is spectacular, is that happening now?
Congrats on the Daily Featured Post Tom!
Not now Ben.....in the fall.
Very beautiful. Missed your last night.
Really nice Tom - I like the combination of the flowers with the river flowing through the scene and trees in the background.
this is so pretty! I am so ready for spring!
Spectacular! Well worthy of Daily Featured Status! Love the colors (of course) but the comp is very pleasing as well.
Very nice ! Great capture.. is that an annual event or do conditions have to be just right ?
Beautiful capture Tom.
Hey Dean....it happens every year but as you said it depends on conditions as we are in the AZ high desert.
What has a great effect is the amount of water running in the river. A brutal monsoon season or huge rain and snow melt will cause high water flow to rip the flowers from the banks of the river. This HAPPENED in 2017 and there were none. Last year they started to come back. But it just happened again last week so we will see what happens this fall.
Nice image, Tom. Thanks for showing me where this was.