You've probably heard about the rains that finally came to California this winter and by all accounts put a major dent in the long drought. Well that's good news, because when lots of rain hits after a long drought, the long dormant flower seeds in the soil finally get a shot. They call it the "super bloom", and this year's was fantastic. A couple of weeks ago I made a run up to Carrizo Plains National Monument, about 3 hours north of LA to check it out. I put a few photos here to save you a trip. There's also a short aerial video at the end. You can click on the photos to stop & start the slideshow.