Posted on September 14th, 2017

Your Imagery Work Break – 2017 California Super Bloom

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(Images Courtesy: DigitalGlobe. Processed by Apollo Mapping for improved color accuracy and clarity.)

It’s September – and I hope the weather is as amazing by you as it is in Boulder this time of the year! Either way, even if the weather is not ideal, you need to head out on a work break right away – but before you go, check out this amazing 30-cm WorldView-3 image collected on April 2, 2017 over Bitter Creek National Wildlife Refuge in California. In this image you can see huge clusters of amazing yellow flowers in bloom following the torrential downpours in California during Spring 2017. Referred to as the Super Bloom, it was one colorful show if you were lucky enough to see it in person. If not, check out this 30-cm image as well as the Our Changing Landscape series from July where we featured the Super Bloom in 5-meter RapidEye imagery. Really wish I lived in Southern California to have seen this amazing event!

Have a great rest of your workday!

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