The aloha spirit means living in the moment, recognizing and appreciating beauty, even—or maybe especially—when it is fleeting. In January and June, Joshua Tree National Park may be arid desert, but each spring when the wildflowers bloom it puts on a colorful display. The blossoms emerge at lower elevations in February, and at higher ones in March and April. Usually by the end of May, the show is over, but while it lasts, the park transforms into a rainbow of yellows, reds, and pinks as mustard plants, poppies, primroses and other flowers put on their colorful display.
Photo Credit: NPS/Robb Hannawacker
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